Our mission is to alleviate the negative impacts of the tourism industry on the marine environment. We do this by providing consulting services to tourism companies with marine related activities. We are also launching a software for marine navigation systems, to provided them with marine sustainability data to promote sustainable boating. Imagine you want to drop your anchor, you check your navigation systems with Econavis and see that there is a coral reef under you so you anchor elsewhere.
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Ally Dragozet mention on Forbes 30 Under 30 List for Social Entrepreneurs
Aleksandra Dragozet (26) is the founder of the green consultancy company, Sea Going Green. She consults tourism companies worldwide to help make their businesses greener. She has studied in Toronto, Singapore and Amsterdam and received her masters in marine biology. Last year Sea Going Green was on Sint Maarten for the “Build Back Better” mission, where startups helped to build up the island that was hit by Hurricane Irma.
An intro to the participants in the Femteq program.
Ally Dragozet is the founder of Sea Going Green. Her focus is on sustainable tourism through sustainable business. Ally comes from an international background and has an MSc in Oceanography and Limnology. It is her love for traveling and the ocean that drives her commitment to sustainable tourism. Sea Going Green’s mission is to alleviate the negative impacts tourism has on marine environments by offering consulting services on the implementation of sustainable practices to tourism companies.
Ally's recount of taking part in Build Back Better event in Sint Maarten.
After returning from a trade mission to St Martin, Aleksandra Dragozet, CEO of Sea Going Green, shares her vision of how the storm-ravaged island can be restored to paradise status and benefit from sustainable tourism.
Green Transition Strategies Sustainable Tourism through Sustainable Business
Sea Going Green is an environmental consultancy enterprise whose mission is to protect the integrity of the oceans by promoting sustainable tourism through sustainable business. We do this by consulting our clients via our "Green Transition Strategies".
We use the transformative power of the marine tourism industry as a catalyst for sustainable use of the natural environment.
Econavis GIS navigation API for marine sustainability
Imagine that you’re a captain out at sea and you want to drop your anchor, but you want to be sure that you won’t cause damage to the surrounding coral reefs and marine species below you. Until now, this was difficult to be certain of. Our new GIS-based technology pinpoints marine areas of interest to avoid them entering into vulnerable areas. With Econavis on board, skippers can be sure they’re on the path to sailing sustainably.