Sydney Airport releases first Sustainability Report

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Sydney Airport has become the first airport in Australia to release a Sustainability Report in line with the Global Reporting Initiative’s G4 guidelines. The report will focus on four keyarea covering engaging with stakeholders; supporting passenger growth; developing staff; and responsible management.

Kerrie Mather, managing director and CE, Sydney Airport, said, “Sydney Airport is committed to operating sustainably as well as efficiently, including assessing the impact of our business and making improvements where required.

“With 38.5 million passengers a year, we’re focused on responsibly managing the airport to support this growth while also enhancing the passenger experience. Our first annual Sustainability Report is the culmination of extensive engagement with and feedback from key stakeholder groups.”

Simon Bourke, policy manager for the Australian Airports Association (AAA), said, “Sustainability is a key priority for all airports and is increasingly important to airport passengers and stakeholders. It’s pleasing to see that Sydney Airport is leading the way by formalizing its commitment to sustainability through its first Sustainability Report.”

To read more from Sydney Airport’s Sustainability Report click here.

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