Sustainable Airport Management (SAM)

Venue: Beijing

Location: Beijing, China

Event Date/Time: Oct 22, 2008 End Date/Time: Oct 23, 2008
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Growing travel demands have resulted in many airports reaching capacity, leading them to initiate expansion plans. It is, however, becoming increasingly difficult to secure planning approval for new infrastructure airports because of the many conflicts with the requirements of environmental regulators and concerns of local residents. Growth in airports means more pollution and energy consumption, leading to greater operating costs and new emerging capacity threats. Hence, it is necessary to look for new measures to reduce the environmental impacts and improve energy efficiency for future developments.

The Sustainable Airport Management conference taking place in Beijing, China on 22nd and 23rd Oct 2008 is a 2-day power packed event that will provide you an excellent opportunity to learn how to achieve measurable and attainable benefits in improving environmental quality and energy efficiency in your airport terminals.

Hear and network with leading practitioners who will share their expert knowledge in reducing conflicts with the local communities and governments, and gaining the growth priority for further development and competition.

Why You Should Attend:
1. Hear the tendency and opportunities of sustainable airport development from key regulators and experts
2. Uncover the upcoming policies and initiatives of China Government on sustainable airport management
3. Explore your opportunities for investing your own energy conservation and environmental protection programmes
4. Grasp the most current applications and best practices from the leading airports and professionals in world

Key Topics:

China Government’s Initiatives in Sustainable Airport Development

The Green Airport Initiative - USA [Case Study]

Developing Your Environmental Strategy: Laying the Foundation for Growth in the Future

Saving Green: Aligning Your Airport Energy Conservation Plans with Sustainable Growth

Decrease Your Environment Footprint: Share the Best Case Studies on Air Quality Improvement, Noise Control, Waste Recycle and Building Efficiency