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The purpose of the 2010 Global Ecolabel Monitor was to increase the transparency of the different ecolabels for the benefit of both producers and consumers. The objective was to reduce confusion among ecolabels so that certifications can be more easily compared, and institutional buyers can recognise the different attributes of using one ecolabel or another.     The results will be published to an updated index of all ecolabels in the world in a standardized format at www.ecolabelindex.com to raise awareness about the attributes of different ecolabels and make it easier for people, companies, and others to use them.

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Global Ecolabel Monitor: Towards Transparency

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This White Paper on Tourism and Water provides an overview of the key water-related challenges for the tourism industry in the Asia-Pacific region. The paper discusses the tourism industry’s water requirements, including ‘benchmarks’ for consumption, in various types of tourist accommodation. Strategies for reducing water consumption, improving efficiency and quality, and engaging in water stewardship initiatives are presented.

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White Paper on Tourism and Water

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As a major hotel in Hong Kong, Eaton Hotel understands their responsibility to understand, reflect upon and change processes and policies that have the potential to inflict harm on the environment, communities and future generations.

by EarthCheck Pty Ltd

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EarthCheck Case Study: Eaton Hotel, Hong Kong

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Moving from Planning to Action: Science, Policy, Accountability, Verification, Efficiency – are they all needed just to be sustainable?

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A presentation from RMIT on the university’s sustainability practices

by Adjunct Professor Alan Pears AM, RMIT

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