Linden Coppell takes up role as Etihad Airways' first Manager for Environmental Affairs

Linden Coppell takes up role as Etihad Airways' first Manager for Environmental Affairs | Etihad Airways, Linden Coppell, James Hogan

Linden Coppell, Etihad Airways’ first Manager for Environmental Affairs
Fri 30 Jan 2009 – Etihad Airways has appointed Linden Coppell, an environmental and corporate social responsibility specialist, as its first Manager for Environmental Affairs. Coppell has more than 18 years experience in environmental affairs and joins Etihad from Cathay Pacific Airways where she held the position of Environmental Manager for the past five years.In her new role Coppell’s focus will be to develop and implement a corporate environmental strategy for the Abu Dhabi-based airline.
James Hogan, Etihad Airways’ Chief Executive, said: “Etihad is committed to being an environmentally responsible airline and the appointment of Linden is an important step towards achieving that goal. She has tremendous experience in the field of environmental affairs and we are thrilled to welcome her to the airline.”
Coppell’s role will begin by expanding the airline’s existing environmental management programmes to include a wide variety of projects from resource conservation and waste management to addressing the global environmental challenges which face the aviation industry.
She will review the airline’s climate change position and develop a carbon management strategy to ensure the implementation of a comprehensive series of measures to manage emissions as well as identifying environmental risks associated with future carbon constraints.
Under Coppell’s supervision Etihad will drive eco-efficiency throughout the organization by recycling and re-using resources as well as introducing a regular environmental management update for company staff to provide the Etihad workforce with information on environmental issues such as the impact of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme on the aviation industry.
With one of the industry’s youngest fleets, the fast-growing airline will increase significantly during the next 12 years as it takes delivery of 100 new narrow and wide body Boeing and Airbus aircraft.



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