AIAA Webinar: Sustainability in Flight – The Government’s Role in Achieving Decarbonization 26 April 2021 1100 - 1200 (Eastern Daylight Time) Virtual

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This webinar is hosted by AIAA, in collaboration with the
Aero Club of Washington and sponsored by Pratt & Whitney.

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Sustainability in Flight – The Government’s Role in Achieving Decarbonizationl | 26 April 2021, 11001200 hrs ET USA

Leaders in aviation will share perspectives on the industry’s commitment to reducing their carbon footprint. The expert panel will discuss efforts underway and the significant cooperation, innovation, and education required among all industry stakeholders to deliver on this important goal. This timely discussion will outline the major focus areas and necessary advancements in the sector for the next five years and the long-term roadmap necessary to achieve this goal. Learn about the newest R&D technologies, key barriers to progress, and how the next generation of aerospace engineers can be part of achieving our low-carbon future. Explore how aviation executives and policy makers can work together now to be on the leading edge of such cooperation, setting the course for continued industry leadership in the new era of aviation sustainability.

This webinar is open to the public and free of charge.

Welcome Remarks

Dan-DumbacherDan Dumbacher, AIAA Executive Director



Preli-RoundedFrancis R. Preli, Jr., Vice President, Propulsion & Materials Technologies Pratt & Whitney



Moderator

Melissa-Sabatine-roundedMelissa Sabatine, President, Aero Club of Washington



Speakers

Robert-Pearce-RoundedBob Pearce, Associate Administrator, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA



Kevin-Welsh-roundedKevin Welsh, Executive Director, Office of Environment and Energy, FAA



Pamela-Whitney-RoundedPamela Whitney, Staff Director, House Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics



Sustainability in Flight: The Government’s Role in Achieving Decarbonization

Sponsored by
Pratt & Whitney, Go Beyond