The pathway to airport sustainability


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When?

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

What time?

10:30 AM AEDT - 11:30 AM AEDT

Where?

ONLINE


About the webinar

Clean energy and infrastructure: The pathway to airport sustainability is the latest report from the CEFC to bring together technical and financial insights to support the owners and operators of major assets accelerate their transition to lower emissions. Join us for this free webinar - where we will be discussing the findings from the report including best practice initiatives that airport owners and operators can implement to reduce their carbon footprint, along with case studies from Australian and overseas airports.


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Meet your presenters

Julia Hinwood, Head of Economic Infrastructure, CEFC

Julia Hinwood leads the Economic Infrastructure business at the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, with a particular focus on improving energy efficiency and reducing emissions in the transport sector and built environment. As part of this role, Julia is focused on supporting Australia’s supply chain for renewable energy and low emissions technologies. Before joining the CEFC, Julia worked at National Australia Bank, where she led the export credit financing team, and the Toronto Dominion Bank.

Julia has significant experience in debt structuring, arranging and execution, both domestically and offshore, including Hong Kong. She has more than 15 years’ experience in project finance across a range of industries including resources, infrastructure, energy and utilities. Julia has a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts from University of Melbourne and has graduated from the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


James Herbert, Principal Sustainability Consultant and Infrastructure and Precinct Sustainability Lead, AECOM

James is at the forefront of driving technological, behavioural and process change in infrastructure assets, both in Australia and overseas. Specialising in the provision of sustainability services, he uses an integrated and innovative approach to embed sustainability measures, reduce aviation sector emissions and safeguard airport assets.

James has worked in the development of master plans and major development plans for airports for a number of years, with his most recent experience including providing technical advice on the Sydney Airport Master Plan 2039.


Andrew Masci, Environment and Sustainability Advisor, Brisbane Airport

Andrew is an Environmental Scientist who has been working within the aviation environmental sustainability field for over a decade. Working at Brisbane Airport, he has been a key driver of sustainability in the airport in various areas of the business from climate change adaptation/mitigation strategies to circular economy and waste reduction projects.




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