Environment, Flight Shaming And Taxes: Why Are The Airlines Dropping The Ball?
As customers, employees, suppliers and society at large begin to place increasing importance on corporate social responsibility, corporate leaders have started to implement practises which positively contribute to society. The big challenge for executives is how to develop an approach that can truly deliver on these ambitions. Some innovative companies have managed to overcome this hurdle by partnering with other businesses with social responsibility at its core. In this important discussion, we will hear from organisations who live and breathe social responsibility, with a specific focus on the environment and sustainability.
In Europe the enormous publicity attracted by a sixteen year old Swedish girl has rattled the airline industry and is prompting government talk of aviation taxes to reduce flying.
- What impact is flight shaming having on global aviation?
- How will governments respond?
- Airlines and aviation are a soft target for environmental activists
- Airlines led the world with a programme for reducing emissions and are increasingly efficient, but they have not got the ear of the public. What should they do?