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Host Community Perceptions of the Impacts of the Australian Formula One Grand Prix, Melbourne: A Comparison of Resident Reactions in 1999 with 2002

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This report presents the findings from a comparative study of the host community perceptions of the impacts of the Australian Formula One Grand Prix in 1999 and in 2002. The study, which has used the same survey  instrument for both years, examines the perceived impact of this event on the quality of personal life and also of the community. It uses the concept of resident perceptions to measure the impact of a range of variables from the event such as noise, traffic and waste.

by Liz Fredline, Marg Deery and Leo Jago

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Host Community Perceptions of the Impacts of the Australian Formula One Grand Prix, Melbourne: A Comparison of Resident Reactions in 1999 with 2002

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In 2007, Elopak commissioned environmental consulting company, Bergfald & Co and Deloitte, to measure and audit its carbon footprint. Emission data from 13 manufacturing units and 40 sales offices were assessed. With this knowledge as a baseline, they drew up a commitment to reduce carbon emissions from operations by 15% by the end of 2010.

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Defining Business Commitment - Elopak: Packaging CO2

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Backpacker Travellers in South Australia

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This report examines issues relating to the process of itinerary planning by ‘backpacker’ travellers with respect to South Australia and other less visited states and territories in Australia. A total of 96 semi-structured face-to-face interviews were conducted with visitors to Australia staying in hostel or backpacker accommodation in Melbourne and Adelaide in January and February 2007. The report describes the profile of backpacker visitors to South Australia and their decision processes. The report also provides conclusions and recommendations with respect to itinerary linkages, product development, regional dispersal and communication strategy.

by Richard Trembath

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Backpacker Travellers in South Australia

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This report provides estimates of the contribution of tourism to the economy of South Australia. It replaces an earlier report released in March 2007. The estimates from the earlier report have been revised to reflect revisions to benchmark national data, which were incorporated in the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) National Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) released on 11 May 2007.

 

by Ray Spurr, Thiep Van Ho, Peter Forsyth, Larry Dwyer, Daniel Pambudi, and Serajul Hoque

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This report provides estimates of the contribution of tourism to the economy of Queensland. It replaces an earlier report released in March 2007. The estimates from the earlier report have been revised to reflect revisions to benchmark national data, which were incorporated in the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) National Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) released on 11 May 2007.

by Ray Spurr, Thiep Van Ho, Peter Forsyth, Larry Dwyer, Daniel Pambudi, and Serajul Hoque
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This report provides estimates of the contribution of tourism to the economy of New South Wales. It replaces an earlier report released in March 2007. The estimates from the earlier report have been revised to reflect revisions to benchmark national data which were incorporated in the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) national Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) released on 11 May 2007.

 

by Ray Spurr, Thiep Van Ho, Peter Forsyth, Larry Dwyer, Daniel Pambudi, and Serajul Hoque
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