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 />Tr...
Cross-company and cross-airport-community cooperation
Employee motivation & awareness
Constructive communication with local society, securing the        “Social license to operate”
Enabling benchmarking
Governance towards long-term success</li></li></ul><li>The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) & the G3 Guidelines<br /><ul>...
Why develop a Sector Supplement?<br />High levels of expectation from stakeholders in the sector<br />Interest in sustaina...
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,...
Sector Commentary on G3 Guidelines
Sector Disclosures on management approach and performance indicators, plus associated indicator protocols</li></li></ul><l...
Sustainability Issues covered by the Sector Supplement: <br />Economic:<br /><ul><li>Direct and indirect economic benefits...
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  • 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.
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    1. 1. GRI Airport Operator Sector Supplement Public Comment Period 11 August – 10 November 2010<br />
    2. 2. 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”
    3. 3. Cross-company and cross-airport-community cooperation
    4. 4. Employee motivation & awareness
    5. 5. Constructive communication with local society, securing the “Social license to operate”
    6. 6. Enabling benchmarking
    7. 7. 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 />
    8. 8. 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 />
    9. 9. GRI Reports by Airport Operators 2006-2009<br />Data extracted from the GRI Reports Liston 23 July 2010<br />
    10. 10. 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
    11. 11. Sector Commentary on G3 Guidelines
    12. 12. Sector Disclosures on management approach and performance indicators, plus associated indicator protocols</li></li></ul><li>Sector Supplement within the G3 Structure<br />
    13. 13. 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
    14. 14. 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;
    15. 15. Noise measurement and monitoring system;
    16. 16. Waste management (disposal of confiscated materials, de-icing effluent and airline and service provider waste); and
    17. 17. Storm water management and irrigation. </li></li></ul><li>Sustainability Issues covered by the Sector Supplement: <br />Social: <br /><ul><li>Staff exposure to aircraft noise;
    18. 18. Airborne pollutions and contagious pandemic diseases;
    19. 19. Human trafficking;
    20. 20. Discriminatory practices in security-screening processes; and
    21. 21. Involuntary resettlement of local communities. </li></ul>Product Responsibility<br /><ul><li>Wildlife strikes and safety; and
    22. 22. Business continuity and emergency preparedness. </li></li></ul><li>The Working Group<br />
    23. 23. Development Process<br />Launch<br />AOSS<br />Implementation <br />Phase 1<br />Implementation <br />Phase 2<br />Project Initiation<br /><ul><li>3 Working Group Meetings
    24. 24. First Draft
    25. 25. Public Comment Period
    26. 26. 2 Working Group Meetings
    27. 27. Final Draft
    28. 28. Public Comment Period
    29. 29. Final Meeting
    30. 30. 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
    31. 31. Launch of the GRI Airport Operator Sector Supplement: Mid 2011</li></li></ul><li>Thank you for you feedback!<br />
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