Christopher Warren MSc. PhD Candidate
founder and senior consultant for sustainable & responsible tourist accommodation
Tel: +61 (0)2 4465 1408

About Christopher Warren

Responsible Tourism Consultancy For Accommodation Providers

Christopher Warren and Associates provide innovative and sustainable tourism solutions using technology, creative thinking and guidance to help make a better world and a better guest experience.

Consultancy services help Australian tourist accommodation providers save resources, develop sustainable tourism experiences and improve guest satisfaction.

  • Resource Saving at Accommodation
  • Guest Experience Development
  • Responsible Tourism Marketing
  • Sustainable Tourism Product Innovation
  • Personal Sustainable Tourism Skills Development
  • New Responsible Accommodation Concept Design
  • Strategic Tourism Partnership Planning

"I want to help create a better tourism sector, which demonstrates new ways to live more sustainabily, helps create positive social change and makes people happier."

Christopher Warren

Sustainable Tourism: How close are we getting, one business' nine year review

After efficiency must come significant behaviour change

Today Crystal Creek Meadows Luxury Cottages & Spa Resort completed its Responsible Tourism Report 2014-15 which compares the impact of nine years of monitoring. There has been progress, but there are also clear signs that easy early gains are followed by much more serious and challenging barriers to becoming a more sustainable tourism business. These barriers may only be resolved by behaviour change and major technological innovations.

Wildlife Tourism: Contributing to Social Change

A benefit of conservation is wildlife expereinces for tourists

Everyday life and the resulting Greenhouse Gas Emissions contribute to loss of wildlife habitat in high energy using developed economies. While the general public don’t wish to see the loss of animals, birds and marine life, they feel powerless to stop GHG pollution. They are also not sufficiently motivated to change their social practices. So what can tourism do to reverse the trend?

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