Around 7.6 billion people and millions of lives share the same environment around the world. In order to ensure the prosperity of all living beings on the earth, we need to manage effectively the whole area of the environment we are in. The Brundtland Report on Environment and Development in 1987, the Rio Summit which took place in 1992, are the main activities that have gained momentum for sustainable environmental management movements. Within the context of sustainable development approach to managing human activities in harmony with nature, natural, economic and social elements for sustainable environmental management can be defined together as closely as possible in order to minimize the pressure of human activities on the environment and to prevent or mitigate potential future harmful effects should be addressed. Geographical information sciences (GIS) are effective means of collecting, storing, analyzing and interpreting data of various kinds. In this study, we will focus on what GIS applications are used in the problem solving process of the airports and what are the contributions of these applications to the airports in the context of sustainable aviation management.
|Publication Date||March 15, 2019|
|Published in Issue||Year 2019, Volume 2, Issue 1|