Articles

Food takes on an ethical flavour

Business Day Live

By Lesley Stones
Business Day Live, 2 November 2015

Conscious consumption is becoming a global trend and food lovers are increasingly seeking out artisanal products that are ethically and naturally produced.

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Purchasing for your green exhibit

The Planner

By Lorraine Jenks
The Planner, 24 September 2014

The concept of green procurement is daunting. It can be a minefield of allegory, misinformation, conflicting research, controversy and constantly evolving definitions of green criteria. South Africa is rife with ‘green washing’, which is when a manufacturer deliberately provides misleading information about how green the product is.

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The Responsible and Sustainable Tourism Handbook for Southern Africa

Tourism Handbook

The Responsible and Sustainable Tourism Handbook for Southern Africa, 2013/2014

In a carbon and financially challenged world tourists have to justify their destination choices – at least to themselves. No better marketing argument can be made right now as to why tourists should choose to travel to southern Africa, than that to do so will contribute to the sustainable development of this special place.

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Purchasing for your Establishment

Tourism Handbook

By Lorraine Jenks
The Responsible and Sustainable Tourism Handbook for Southern Africa, 2013/2014

Everything each of us does, every day, has an impact on the environment - everything we wear, eat, walk, sit and sleep on, decorate with, entertain ourselves with, travel by, write on, communicate via, play with throughout a 24 hour day impacts on forests, the air, our water systems, natural resources and landfill challenges.

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Eskom committed to powering sustainable tourism

Tourism Handbook

The Responsible and Sustainable Tourism Handbook for Southern Africa, 2013/2014

With South Africa globally renowned for its extensive and unrivalled destinations, Eskom fully supports businesses in the hospitality sector to install and implement energy efficient technologies and solutions as measures against rising operating costs.

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Energy Efficiency Awareness

Mail & Guardian

Mail & Guardian Supplement, 6 December 2013

The Energy Efficiency Awareness award recognises media or communication managers within large corporates who have made an exceptional effort to promote energy efficiency to employees.

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National Energy Award Winners Revealed

Engineering News

By Natasha Odendaal
Engineering News, 6 December 2013

State-owned power utility Eskom’s eta Awards this week showcased the exceptional efforts by South Africa’s individuals, students, companies and other institutions in energy efficiency initiatives to reduce strain on the national grid.

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Exhibition Stands = The Greener the Better

EXSA

EXSA, 29 November 2013

Encouraged by an inspiring workshop on Green Exhibition Design attended by our Design Team, and hosted by the Exhibitions and Events Association of Southern Africa (EXSA), we believed it appropriate to share this vital information with you.

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Increasing Concern About GM Foods

Engineering News

By David D‘ Oliveira
Engineering News, 23 August 2013

Eighty per cent of maize grown in South Africa and large portions of the country’s soya and cotton production are genetically modified (GM),  with concerns increasing about the lack of long-term studies documenting the possible effects of these GM crop productions on humans and the environment.

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Eskom Supports Energy Efficiency Workshop At Tourism Indaba

Durban Zone

Durban Zone, 11 May 2013

Visitors to the 2013 Tourism Indaba in Durban will have the opportunity to listen to and interact with a panel of energy efficiency experts at the Hotelstuff / Greenstuff Workshop that will be held at the Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre on Monday 13, May 2013.

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