Speakers - ICAO Green Airports 2021

Luis Felipe de Oliveira

ACI

 

Luis Felipe de Oliveira joined ACI World as Director General in June 2020, bringing with him vast experience in commercial and technical aviation.

He successfully led the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) between October 2017 and May 2020, promoting positive change in the organisation. Prior to joining ALTA, de Oliveira served as World Fuel Services' Vice President Supply Development for Latin America and Caribbean where he was responsible for improving World Fuel's aviation fuel business in the region. For 10 years, de Oliveira served IATA, leading fuel and airport campaigns with governments, oil companies, fuel service providers and airports for the Americas, Africa and the Middle East regions, based in Switzerland. He also served 12 years at Shell with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean, and Africa and Europe, based in the Netherlands.

Juliana Scavuzzi

ACI

 

Juliana Scavuzzi is a lawyer and policy development expert with a MSc in Juridical Science and a LLM in Air and Space Law (McGill University) with 10+ years of progressively responsible experience in International, Aviation and Space Law and policy, of which 7 have been dedicated to environmental protection. As the Senior Director, Sustainability, Environmental Protection and Legal Affairs of ACI World, Ms. Scavuzzi oversees these portfolios, being involved in direct international negotiations and technical material development and review, as the ACI Observer to the ICAO Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP) and Secretary of the ACI World Environment Standing Committee (WENSC). More recently, she has been the project director of the Net Zero Carbon by 2050 study and commitment made by ACI member airports at the global level. Juliana has several publications, including book chapters on related topics.

Andrea S. Freeburg

U.S. Federal Aviation Administration


Andrea Schwartz Freeburg is a Foreign Affairs Specialist with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Office of International Affairs. She currently serves as the Southeast Asia desk officer, where she is responsible for coordination with USG and international partners to promote collaboration in civil aviation safety, security, and efficiency in the region. Andrea previously served as the Caribbean desk officer (2017-2021), and in the FAA office of Environment and Energy as an Environmental Protection Specialist and agency lead for climate adaptation (2011-2017).

Andrea has a Master of Arts in International Security from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from The College of William and Mary.

 

Rachel Burbidge

EUROCONTROL

Rachel Burbidge joined EUROCONTROL in 2005. She has been leading EUROCONTROL's work on climate change adaptation and resilience since 2009, authoring the organisation's ground-breaking Challenges of Growth work on Climate Adaptation, and several peer-reviewed journal articles.  She leads EUROCONTROL's contribution to the ICAO CAEP Working Group on CORSIA, where she leads tasks on MRV, and is also a member of the ICAO CAEP Working Group on Airport and Operations, where she co-leads the work on climate adaptation. She has degrees in Environmental Studies and Sustainable Development.

 

 

Devy Suradji

PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero)

 


Devy currently holds the position of Marketing and Services Director of PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) since 22 December 2017.

 Previously, Devy was appointed as a Special staff for the State Owned Enterprise Ministry and a member of Board of Commissionaire of Telkom Indonesia Tbk.

 She has extensive experience in marketing communications and business management areas from various industries. Prior to joining the State Owned Enterprise Ministry, Devy held several strategic position such as: Marketing and Communication Director at World Wide Fund (WWF) Indonesia from 2009 – 2016 and Chief Consultant at Tricom Group (2007 – 2009), General Manager Competency at Surveyor Indonesia (1996-2004), Managing Director Indonesia at Friday Concepts Sdn. Bhd (2005 – 2007).

 Devy obtained her Bachelor Degree from the Faculty of Fisheries Bogor Agricultural University in 1993 and Master Degree in Environmental Health Management from New Haven University, Connecticut, United States in 1996.

 

Eric Cheung

Airport Authority Hong Kong, China

Eric Cheung is the Manager, Airfield Department of Airport Authority Hong Kong.  He joined Airfield Department in 2007 and responsible for contract management.

In 2014, Mr. Cheung was appointed Airfield Duty Manager.  He was responsible for daily operations of the Airfield function, included accident and incident handling and investigation, airfield management and maintenance, aircraft stand allocation, and annual aircraft crash exercise.

Mr. Cheung is now looking after the implementation and development of GSE Pooling Scheme and Electrification programme of HKIA.

Before joining the Airport Authority Hong Kong, he worked for a multinational ground handling agent as a Duty Manager.  He was responsible for aircraft turnaround process.

Mr. Cheung obtained his Bachelor degrees of Marketing and E-Commerce and Master degree of Logistics from the Australia.

H. Fatih Altay

IGA Istanbul Airport

 

Hulusi Fatih Altay (M) is Environmental And Water Management Manager. He is graduated from Marmara Univercity Department of Environmental Engineering in 1996; completed MSC studies at the same university in 2000.  He worked as a research assistant at Marmara University in 1997-2000. He taught Water Supply Engineering, Wastewater Engineering, Water Engineering Design, Wastewater Engineering Design, Air Pollution Engineering, Air Pollution Control Processes and Environmental Impact Assessment as a lecturer. Between 2000-2017, he carried out infrastructure projects, EBRD projects, operation of drinking and wastewater facilities as well as being in construction phases, project and investment control works in domestic and foreign. He has been managing the construction and operation of the İstanbul Airport's Wastewater Treatment and reuse facilities. He also  manages and/or takes part in water supply, sustainability , greenhouse gas reporting, following-up environmental legislations, ISO 14001 Environmental Management System, ISO 50001 Energy Management System and ISO 14064 Greenhouse Gas Energy Management System  processes since 2019.

Jannike Ludvigsson

Swedavia AB


Aviation in Sweden creates a lot of emotions. But our decisions must be based on logic and facts. The flights of the future are fossil-free. To get there, the entire toolbox needs to be used. Even though Jannike didn't become the carpenter she wanted when she was a kid, she and Swedavia have shown that it's possible to combine great business benefits with proactive climate work.

Jannike has many years of experience in strategic sustainability work and how we can create lasting change with the help of innovation and commitment from everyone involved. Jannike is stubborn, dares to challenge and knows that success is based on collaborations. Her master's studies in political science and sustainable development have contributed to an interdisciplinary approach. At the end of 2020, Swedavia reached the goal of zero fossil carbon emissions from the airport operations the company has under its own management. What Swedavia has done, what challenges Swedavia overcame and how these have been handled, Jannike will share. Jannike will also disclose what Swedavia will do next - because the decarbonization of aviation is in full force in Sweden. 

Tiago LOPES

European Investment Bank

 

Experienced professional with a 20-year international career based in Europe and Latin America in aviation, mobility, advisory and banking. I have held senior positions in airlines, airports and engineering consulting firms with in-depth understanding of change management, project finance, operations, asset valuation and environmental & social issues. In my career I was involved in EUR 10bn+  deals of transport infrastructure and transportation assets across four continents.

Ricardo Dupont

Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency – ANAC



Technical coordinator of environmental protection and climate-related subjects for the Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency, acting in the subjects of noise, pollutants, and climate-related emissions both at the national and international levels. Represents Brazil in the Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP).

Maxime Mahieu

Smart Airport Systems

 


Maxime Mahieu is Chief Executive Officer of SMART AIRPORT SYSTEMS, part of the Alvest Group, worldwide leader in Aviation Ground Support Equipment. SMART AIRPORT SYSTEMS mission is to drastically reduce ground emissions at airports through innovative Pay per Use solutions allowing Airlines to save fuel on the ground at no investment and no risk.

Mr. Mahieu started his airport emissions reduction journey 18 years ago when he specialized a Belgian industrial refrigeration company in ground aircraft cooling to offer an effective alternative to the use of APU.

In addition to his CEO role at Smart Airport Systems, Maxime Mahieu is chairman of Lebrun Company and member of the Alvest Group Steering Committee.

We welcome Mr. Mahieu to elaborate further on the ZERO GROUND EMISSIONS solutions developed by Smart Airport Systems.

 

Yasudha Sahi

NACO, a company of Royal HaskoningDHV


Yasudha is Senior Project Manager and Team Lead for Air Traffic Management Systems/Communication Navigational Surveillance Systems (ATM/CNS) and Meteorological Systems in NACO, a company of Royal HaskoningDHV. She is also responsible for developing innovative and leading edge ATM System services such as Remote Tower Solutions and Aeronautical Information Management Systems. She has gained over 14 years of experience in planning, design, and construction supervision of airport terminal and airside special systems. She further has acted as design coordinator and project manager for multidisciplinary projects and proactively integrated sustainability in the airport development process.

Vivekanandhan Sindhamani

NACO, a company of Royal HaskoningDHV

 

 

Vivekanandhan Sindhamani holds the position of Sustainable Aviation Lead and Airport Consultant at NACO, a company of Royal HaskoningDHV, with a MSc in Aerospace Engineering from Delft University of Technology (2012). Vivek's current focus is on spearheading the global aviation sustainability and resilience conversation and delivering tangible solutions to the clients, especially in (airport) resilience in close collaboration with the resilient experts, and using innovative digital solutions.  He is a member of various aviation committees such as ACI World Environment Standing Committee, the ICAO Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP) Working group 2; IATA ADRM Think Tank working group.

Sarah Ziomek

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport


 

Sarah Ziomek is the Sustainability Program Manager at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW Airport) responsible for sustainability, environmental grants, air quality, climate action, and zero waste initiatives. She supports the Airport's strategic partnership with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) as the DFW lead on projects related to energy optimization and renewables integration for buildings and fleets. Sarah also serves as a National Technical Advisory Board member for the Athena Project, a three-year national lab-led project aimed at helping transportation hubs achieve ambitious energy goals by improving the efficiency of mobility.

Sarah received her B.S. and M.S. in Environmental Science from Texas Christian University. She is a Certified Ecologist and has served in the capacity of environmental scientist and wetland specialist. Her previous experience includes environmental consulting for multiple industries as well as work for the Botanical Research Institute of Texas and the National Park Service.  In her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time outdoors playing tennis, cycling, and backpacking.

Miranda Janse

Rotterdam The Hague Innovation Airport (RHIA)

 


Miranda Janse

Miranda Janse has been Managing Director of Rotterdam The Hague Innovation Airport (RHIA) since November 2019. With decades of experience in the field of developing and implementing policy for clean energy and regional development, she has dedicated herself to realise accelerated innovation investments in the region of Rotterdam. Her focus point with RHIA is bringing companies, knowledge institutions, and governments and implementing partners together to make innovation fly.

Wiedo Mulder

Rotterdam The Hague Innovation Airport (RHIA)



 

 

 

 

Skilled and experienced in aviation industry with an entrepreneurial mindset and dealing with complex projects, program and business process management, strategy development and stakeholder management. Worked on a wide range of (exchange) projects, programs and initiatives while leading and motivating the teams and processes onsite and remotely.

Wiedo Mulder skilled and experienced in the aviation industry for more than 30 years including in the field of Alliances & Joint Ventures, Flight Operations, Ground Handling, Cargo Operations, Operational Control, Training and Consultancy. In the period 2006 to 2020 he was often found in Asia (Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Japan, China, Thailand and Singapore) and he gained a lot of experience in setting up projects and collaborations between international parties and as a member and chairman of several ICAO and IATA aviation working groups. As a result, he has also become a 'cross-cultural professional by experience' with an affinity and feeling for politics, culture, social and business aspects.

As the creator and executive project manager of International (exchange) programs and partnerships between authorities and companies from the aviation sector, he has made a major contribution to successful optimization and savings projects (e.g. fleet optimization, fuel/CO2, crew costs and royalties). Wiedo Mulder is a creative entrepreneur with an economic/technical background, enjoys pioneering, innovating and a challenge with a practical approach to problem solving.

 

Stuart Bloomfield

Urban Air Port Ltd

 

 

Stuart Bloomfield is the Chief Development Officer for Urban-Air Port Ltd.  Stuart is responsible for business development & strategic partnerships, site sourcing, marketing & sales.  Stuart is a Chartered Surveyor with over 20 years' experience in capital markets, sales & leasing and corporate real estate advisory in the UK and Europe.  Urban Air Mobility is an exciting new revolution in aviation that is set to become a reality within the next 3-5 years.   It will transform the way we move people and goods within and in between our smart cities and communities.  Urban Air Port is leading the way in the design, implementation and operation of the critical infrastructure and systems needed to enable this next generation of aviation to take flight.  Stuart will present how they solve the integration of this exciting new form of transport and how they can be combined with our existing airport infrastructure to provide future zero-emission mobility solutions.

Melina Santos Vanderlinder

VINCI Airports  Aerodom

 


Environmental and Sustainability Engineer currently working in aviation. Professional experience in environmental and social impact assessment, due diligence, and audits to comply with Lenders standards.

Experience managing Environmental, Social, Health and Safety (EHS) following the International Finance Corporation (IFC) Performance Standards for: Thermal Power Plants; Electric Power Transmission and Distribution; Ports, Harbors and Terminals.

Since 2014, managing the implementation of Integrated Environmental, Health and Safety Management Systems under the ISO standards. Research experience on sustainability, sanitation in the developing world and applying remote sensing techniques to aid environmental issues. Current research on remote sensing applied to coastal systems to map spread of invasive species and biogas production.


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