GRI Reporting in the sector isincreasing year-over-year
The process for developing a SS can essentially be split into the following phases:Project Initiation (this can take different periods of time)Project Implementation phase 1 (1 year, drafting of the indicators)Project Implementation phase 2 (1year, writing of the indicator protocols)The output of the project is a finalized piece of sector specific sustainability reporting guidanceThe outcome of the project (not shown) is the reporting by companies in the sector using this guidance.
Transcript of "GRI Airport Operator Sector Supplement "
GRI Airport Operator Sector Supplement Public Comment Period 11 August – 10 November 2010<br />
Contemporary Business Conduct<br />Corporate <br />Investment<br />Proactive Approach<br /> Voluntary Initiatives <br />Transparency<br />The Case for Sustainability Reporting<br /><ul><li>Management Commitment towards “triple bottom line”
Cross-company and cross-airport-community cooperation
Governance towards long-term success</li></li></ul><li>The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) & the G3 Guidelines<br /><ul><li>International Network-based NGO and Collaborating Centre of the United Nation Environmental Programme (UNEP)</li></ul>Global Framework for Sustainability Reporting<br />A global framework for reporting on sustainability performance<br />Facilitates comparable reporting by organizations<br />Can be used by organizations of any size, sector or location<br />Developed using an international, multi-stakeholder consensus based approach<br />
Why develop a Sector Supplement?<br />High levels of expectation from stakeholders in the sector<br />Interest in sustainability reporting from the sector <br />Sector specific themes not sufficiently covered in the G3 Guidelines<br />Interest from the sector in creation of sector specific reporting guidance<br />Potential to increase reporting in sector and reduce sustainability impact <br />
GRI Reports by Airport Operators 2006-2009<br />Data extracted from the GRI Reports Liston 23 July 2010<br />
GRI Airport Operator Sector Supplement<br />Sector-specific sustainability reporting guidance for <br />Airport Operators, integrated into the GRI G3 Guidelines:<br />Consisting of:<br /><ul><li>Sector Introduction
Sector Disclosures on management approach and performance indicators, plus associated indicator protocols</li></li></ul><li>Sector Supplement within the G3 Structure<br />
Sustainability Issues covered by the Sector Supplement: <br />Economic:<br /><ul><li>Direct and indirect economic benefits of local communities e.g. driving local businesses by increasing connectivity and boosting trade and tourism; and
Providers of public-service transportation links. </li></ul>Environment: <br /><ul><li>Emissions related to transport of ground transportation of passengers, staff, visitors and suppliers;
Governance Review</li></li></ul><li>GRI Public Comment Period<br />Comment on the Final Draft of the Sector Supplement<br />Online Survey available in English at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DHHTF97<br />Closing Date: 10 November 2010<br /><ul><li>Working Group to review survey’s feedback and finalize the Sector Supplement
Launch of the GRI Airport Operator Sector Supplement: Mid 2011</li></li></ul><li>Thank you for you feedback!<br />
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