We strive to make communities and businesses sustainable and resilient, in the face of evolving global trends and shocks.
We are passionate about supporting you in providing individual solutions and helping you influence and increase your local, regional, national and global reach.
At the core of our consulting model lies the essence of individual passion, unwavering belief, visionary thinking, and relentless perseverance. These fundamental elements serve as the cornerstone of our approach, enabling us to navigate and prosper even in the face of adversity and challenging circumstances. We firmly believe that embracing these essential tools empowers our clients to not only overcome obstacles but also thrive amidst the most difficult times.
The values that underpin our work are a source of unwavering belief and confidence, and our passion for what we do drives our dedication to excellence. Within our team, individuals who share our vision come together, each bringing their expertise as specialists in their respective fields. This collective synergy strengthens our ability to deliver outstanding results and ensures that our shared mission remains at the forefront of everything we do.
Meet Our Team
Prof Emeritus David Simmons
Advisor and Research Associate
Dr Asif Hussain
Director and Research Associate
Dr Francesc Fusté-Forné
Associate Professor Tracy Berno
Auckland University of Technology (New Zealand)
Dr Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow
Independent Abrogenies Researcher (Australia)
Professor Cihan Cobanoglu
University of South Florida (USA)
Associate Professor Alicia Orea-Giner
Rey Juan Carlos University (Spain) and EIREST. Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne (France)
Professor Brian Garrod
Swansea University (United Kingdom)
Dr Abel Ansporthy Mamboleo
Saint Augustine University of Tanzania (Tanzania)
Journal of Sustainability and Resilience
Project Regenerative Tourism
Climate Change Commitments and Challenges to Achieve Regenerative Tourism: A Case of Aotearoa New Zealand
Abstract New Zealand heavily relies on nature-based tourism for its popular "100% pure New Zealand" brand. However, the country faces challenges in mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions due to the significant contribution of long-haul destination. Despite various...
Abstract While the analysis of the tourist experience often relies on the visual representations, recent research also increasingly calls for a multisensory understanding of tourism research. Soundscapes are an emerging type of tourism attraction that contributes to...
Abstract Tourism is a human structure and cannot be equated to natural systems such as farming. While regenerative farming focuses on the health of the natural system starting with the soil, tourism is a human system and must focus on regenerating the human system....