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4 These three components of sustainable development are Environmental sustainability performance of airports, often referred to as the environmental, social, and economic especially triple bottom line. water quality climate change In this report, organizational governance refers to the air quality management, organization, and operation of sustainability land use issues at an airport. biodiversity materials waste Issues Addressed noise and aesthetics energy The focus of this synthesis is the triple bottom line as it green buildings. applies to airports. Specifically, the survey and literature Social sustainability performance of airports, review focus on the following topics and subtopics devel- especially oped by the research team (see Table 1): public awareness and education stakeholder relationships Organizational governance of airports with respect to employee practices and procedures implementation of sustainability practices. sustainable transportation Existing and future barriers to implementing sustain- alleviating road congestion ability practices in airports. accessibility Existing and future drivers for implementing sustain- local culture and heritage ability practices at airports. indoor environmental quality employee well-being passenger well-being. Table 1 List of Topics Addressed in the Airport Sustainability Practices Survey Existing Sustainability Practices Introduction and Barriers and Organizational Governance Environmental Economic Social Future Priorities Respondent Profile Management of Management of Management of Other Sustainability Environmental Practices Economic Practices Social Practices Practices Expenditure and Measuring and Hiring and Purchasing Public Awareness Barriers to Employment Monitoring and Education Sustainability Practices Responsibility for Water Conservation Community Stakeholder Future Priorities and Sustainability Practices Contributions Relationships Drivers for Sustainability Reporting and Policies Water Quality Quantifying Employee Practices Sustainability And Procedures Existing Drivers of Climate Change Contribution to Sustainable Sustainability Research and Transportation Development Air Quality Incentivizing Alleviating Road Sustainable Behavior Congestion Land Use Accessibility Biodiversity Local Identity Culture and Heritage Materials Indoor Environmental Quality Waste Employee Well-being Noise and Aesthetics Passenger Well-being Energy Green Buildings