The guests will have to live like those on Survivor (without the television crews), to balance out the carbon emissions from the long haul flights there and back. Probably a minimum sentence of two years in the bush eating insects and native vegetation.
"Global warming not only demands environmental answers but will see an increasing desire ... for clean, green tourism destinations which are environmentally friendly and carbon neutral."
He said an increasing number of American and European tourists would demand eco-friendly tourist activities and accommodation.
"Queensland's rainforests and Great Barrier Reef will be prime targets for these environmental tourists, and operators who promote themselves as environmentally friendly and carbon neutral will be the big winners," he said.
"Indeed, holiday experiences which include a focus on the dangers facing the reef from rising global temperatures will have a particular appeal, especially if Australian tourism operators highlight the positive role Australia is playing in fighting carbon emissions and global warming."
And watch out for those crocs.
I am definitely not saying don't come. I understand that Australia is keen to attract foreign tourists, but I am not sure that this is the way to go. Fair enough if it is a marketing pitch, to get more tourists, but not too much in the way of reducing carbon emissions.