ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT POTENTIAL MODEL IN THE AIRPORT SECTOR AS INDICATOR OF AIRPORT SUSTAINABILITY TOWARDS ECO-AIRPORT

Wahyu Sardjono, Haryoto Kusnoputranto, Tri Edhi Budhi Soesilo

Abstract


Among a set of tools to emerge in recent years in environmental management, one appears to meet the criteria necessary to bridge this gap is the environmental footprint analysis based on biophysical reality of sustainable living, people must use natural renewable products and services not sooner than they are replaced, and produces no waste faster than nature can absorb. The purpose of this study is to develop a model of potential environment footprint toward sustainability airport with the environmental assessment at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. The results showed that the airport ecological footprint of the model can be built through the factors analysis that can give an idea of the influence of ecoairport. The conclusion of this study is to obtain the ecological footprint provides a method for the total impact of air transport to be assessed, the ecological footprint can be used as a communication and awareness tool to inform passengers about the impact they make. It can leads to shifts to public transport for airport access, ecological footprint can be used by airports and airlines to identify operations where energy efficiency measures can be made and where resource consumption can be reduced.

Keywords :
Ecological Footprint, Potential Model, Factor Analysis, Ecoairport


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ISSN : 2251-1563