OUR STORY

WE ARE A GROUP OF PEOPLE GATHERED BY THE CALL TO PROTECT OUR ARGENTINE SEA.

And together, we form a determined team ready to undertake a concrete rescue plan in response to the threat of trawling fishing.

2017

SIN AZUL NO HAY VERDE was created with the purpose of protecting the marine and coastal ecosystems of Argentina.

Since then, important achievements have been obtained that were decisive not only to protect and care for key habitats and species in our country, but also to lay the foundations on how we should continue to do so in an increasing number of territories.

2018

The first Marine National Parks in Argentina were created: Yaganes and Namuncurá Burdwood Bank II, unique areas of high biological productivity with diverse and key habitats and species. We worked to make visible and emphasize the importance of Península Mitre, in Tierra del Fuego, which finally became a Natural Protected Area in 2022, thus achieving, after more than 30 years, the legal protection of the largest carbon capture point in Argentina, a key element in the fight against the climate crisis.

2021

The installation of the salmon farming industry in the Beagle Channel waters in the province of Tierra del Fuego was banned by law, making Argentina the first country in the world to do so.

TODAY

We have a past, a history, a long journey taken that makes our current experience and motivation remain solid, and we have decided to continue to put it at the service of new projects and challenges in the hope of building a new possible and necessary connection with nature.

GET TO KNOW US AND JOIN THE CAUSE!

WE ARE A GROUP OF PEOPLE GATHERED BY THE CALL TO PROTECT OUR ARGENTINE SEA.

TEAM

VALENTINA MEYER
Educación ambiental en Chubut
I was born, raised, and I live very close to the sea and its company. The love connection I have with it is as strong as my will to take care of it and protect it.
JUAN IGNACIO COUSTET
Awareness and activism in Chubut

My name is Juan Ignacio, I am an advanced law student, sports trainer, and an eternal lover of the sea. All my life I have been closely accompanied by the sea, many of my happiest moments were near it or in it. And in the not-so-good ones, I have always found support by contemplating it. That is why in Sin Azul No Hay Verde I can show my love for the sea by actively taking care of and protecting it and all the wildlife that lives in it, through the development and implementation of projects aimed at activism.

As human beings, we are in debt with nature. Working to take care of the sea, the earth, and the resources is something that should bring us all together.
DIEGO CROVA
Press and Institutional Relations

My name is Diego, I was born in the city of La Plata. Once I finished my studies, I moved to the south of Argentina, and I have been living in Patagonia for more than 11 years. Formally, I have a degree in Social Communication from the UNLP (University in La Plata), essentially, I am a traveler, environmentalist, and writer.

I had the possibility, the fortune, and the determination to travel for an indefinite period and it marked my life. I traveled from Argentina to Mexico, round trip, by land; crossing all the countries along the way. Time after returning to the country, I embarked on another personal adventure. This time, I visited several countries in Europe and went through the Arab Emirates until I reached India, where I stayed for one month.

Recently, I spent almost half a year in Chile, traveling along the Carretera Austral and the adjacent Patagonia.

Traveling connected me with all of that I now work to protect. It helped me see the essence of things, the vital importance of nature, and what really matters, and it strongly linked me with the need to put my work at the service of creating a positive change for everyone

My love for the ocean is as deep as its waters, putting my profession at its service is a dream come true.
CAMILA PIGNOCCHI
Communication and Social Media

My name is Camila, I have a degree in Audiovisual Communication and I am a photographer. Since I was a child, I have been an ocean lover. I like to swim, navigate, and spend time immersed, getting to know the species that inhabit it.

I’m passionate about my profession and I seek to convey that in every project that I face. Currently, from SANHV I can combine my two loves, communication and the sea, helping to spread its beauty and also the threats that it suffers every day.
My goal is that we, as a society, stop turning our backs on the Argentine Sea and that we work together to defend it and protect it.
LUCIA CASTRO
General Coordination

My name is Lucia, I am a graduate in Journalistic Communication. I grew up in Argentine Patagonia, in Río Gallegos, Santa Cruz, and this had a huge influence on my connection with nature. Exploring its coasts, climbing its mountains, visiting its glaciers, and feeling its winds have made my connection with nature very close and essential in my daily life. 

When I started studying environmental communication, I realized that my biggest passion was being able to inform and make people aware of the beauty and importance of our natural environments and to report and expose the serious threats that are endangering them. My main goal today is to be able to put all this at the service of the defense and protection that the ocean urgently needs.

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Julie Fortabat

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Hernan Povedano