Michael Lunter - Netherlands

Michael Lunter - Netherlands


Since 2007, Michael Lunter (1962) has been working in the field of sustainable aviation in what is currently called the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management in the Netherlands. Before entering the aviation world, he worked on a number of environmental topics in the field of legislation, inspection, consultancy and in various private companies and governmental organisations, including the European Commission. In 2012, he took over as member for the Netherlands of the ICAO Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP), and since 2013 he has played a role as (co-) chair of the ECAC Environmental Forum and the ECAC European Aviation Environment Group (EAEG) and their preceding groups. In CAEP, he participates in WG3 (Emissions), that developed the aeroplane CO2 standard and recently the nvPM standard for engines, and in WG4 (CORSIA). Since February 2020, he has been co-chair of the taskgroup of CAEP that is working on options for a long-term aspirational goal (LTAG) for CO2 emissions reduction for international aviation. Michael Lunter is married and has three children.

ECAC News on environmental matters

ECAC News n°79 - Environment ECAC News n°72


ECAC Spotlight on environmental matters

ECAC News n°72 - Spotlight on EAEG (Stefan Bickert and Magnus Gislev) ECAC News n°71 - Spotlight on ECAC AIRMOD (Darren Rhodes) ECAC News n°63 - Spotlighton the reorganisation of ECAC's environmental activities (Patrick Gandil)