#OakyGreenWeek expert talk by SeaGoingGreen
There are ways to reduce your impact on the environment without uprooting your operations. Start with small changes and collectively, we’ll make a big difference!
Join us for an expert talk by Ally Dragozet, CEO of SeaGoingGreen. Ally is a sought after consultant praised by the likes of the World Economic Forum, Forbes and Entrepreneur magazine.
SeaGoingGreen is an organisation empowering the tourism industry to promote ocean conservation. They normally focus on marine tourism, but will expand their focus to the entire tourism sector for our session.
In the talk we will discuss:
👉 what we can do as individuals
👉 what we can do at work
👉 what hoteliers can do in their properties
The talk will take place in Oaky Virtual Space.
The event link will be shared here on the day of the event, where you can mingle with all attendees afterwards (join from your computer for best quality).
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About the speaker:
Marine biologist, social entrepreneur, sustainable tourism expert with 10+ years experience working within the tourism industry as both a professional and an operator. Ally holds a Master of Aquatic Biology/Limnology from the University of Amsterdam as well as an undergraduate degree in Environmental Biology from the University of Toronto and the National University of Singapore.
Ally founded Sea Going Green in 2017, as a sustainable tourism consultancy with the mission of alleviating the negative impacts that the tourism industry is having on the marine environment. By measuring the environmental impact (CO2 and waste flows) of marine tourism operators, coastal businesses and island destinations, Ally has gained deep insights into the changes needed to be made within the tourism industry to enable sustainable tourism in marine-dependent areas, especially SIDS. As a marine biologist, Ally understands that the profitability of coastal and island destinations are directly tied into the health of the local biodiversity.