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Opinion Article11 March 2019

Hotel Yearbook: The art of conserving energy: a 21st century skill hospitality will embrace

By Christopher Warren, Co-proprietor of Crystal Creek Meadows

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Conserving resources is an economically sustainable method to tackle environmental challenges and inexpensive to apply, writes Christopher Warren, co-proprietor of Crystal Creek Meadows and founder of My Green Butler. Here he outlines three innovative ways forward in best practice energy management.

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Conserving resources is an economically sustainable method to tackle environmental challenges and inexpensive to apply, writes Christopher Warren, co-proprietor of Crystal Creek Meadows and founder of My Green Butler. Here he outlines three innovative ways forward in best practice energy management.
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Christopher Warren

Christopher Warren is the co-proprietor of Crystal Creek Meadows, a small luxury accommodation provider in Australia, and the founder of My Green Butler, the first sustainability hospitality management system. His PhD researched sustainability- oriented service innovation, and he has published extensively in scientific journals.

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