Issue No. 46 - April/May 2009
Luxury tourism niche for investors
Tourism entrepreneurs ready to develop ‘lodge’ type accommodation and activity-based tourism have lucrative opportunities on offer in a strongly performing sector, according to SA Tourism Commission research....
Issue No. 45 - Feb/March 2009
Smart money’s place in the sun
South Australia’s new State Tourism Plan 2009-2014 pulls no punches in expressing its vision for the sector’s future....
Issue No. 44 - December/January 2008
Civil contractors plan to build skills
Civil contractors who build roads, bridges, railways,harbours, land subdivisions, water infrastructure and energy infrastructure are in the front rank of SA’s infrastructure boom....
Energy audit task
What’s involved in a carbon reduction audit? Carbon Cap Manager, Steven Angeli describes a process that quantifies the client’s power usage to identify savings and plan equipment replacement to minimise energy consumption....
Green is the new black for SMEs
Green business consultant Jean Cannon notes the growing consumer concern about climate change and increasing demand for “green” products - and points out the temptation to “greenwash” marketing claims to exploit market sentiment....
Infrastructure spend brings benefits
The massive rollout of new transport infrastructure projects across South Australia promises to bring with it a range of long-term economic, social and environmental benefits....
NGER reporting starts carbon copy
Carbon reporting legislation, which became law on 1 July this year under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007, details the requirements and associated penalties around business-level carbon reporting....
Playford fans Ember to light
Zero Waste SA has produced a Waste Management Guide for the Retail Industry, a useful document that has value for a broad range of business....