Aviation design firm joins Green Cabin Alliance


Aiming to contribute to the reduction of the environmental impact of aircraft interiors, JPA Design has joined the Green Cabin Alliance.

Launched in 2022 as a non-profit organisation, the Green Cabin Alliance looks to coordinate sustainability efforts across the cabin interiors industry. Its ultimate aim is to develop a set of objective standards to indicate environmental credentials to customers who strive to minimise their carbon footprint.

JPA Design will partner with other key industry suppliers in the alliance including Boeing, to push ahead on three key aims. These are to drive awareness and understanding of sustainability issues in the sector; promote more sustainable materials, processes and products; and facilitate a collective shift to more sustainable practices.

“As a provider of design services to many of the world’s largest airlines, we understand our clients need to ensure that sustainability of a core part of their design process,” said James Park, chairman and founder of JPA Design. “We are proud to be the first design agency to recognise the importance of industry collaboration in this area and the future benefits it brings.”

“Our alliance aims to reach as much of the aviation industry as possible, which is why we are especially grateful to have JPA Design join us to help bring about a step change in sustainability for the cabin interiors industry,” said Elina Kopola, director and founder of the Green Cabin Alliance.

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