The aviation authority: Interview with Heathrow's head of environment

What would aviation look like in a sustainable economy? Heathrow Airport’s head of environment Matthew Gorman speaks to Simon Pickstone about the third runway, the UK’s green ambitions and the future of flying

Matthew Gorman
Matthew Gorman: "We have to find a way to deliver the huge wealth aviation can bring while operating within environmental limits"

If you look at our corporate sustainability agenda, I suppose the starting point would be thinking of Heathrow as a small city,” says Matthew Gorman, the airport’s veteran director of sustainability. We are meeting on the first floor of ‘The Flying Chariot’, a Wetherspoons bar, overlooking the busy but surprisingly serene check-in area at Heathrow Terminal 2.

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