Today, we have the pleasure of interviewing Clara Phataraprasit, Founder of Eco-Friendly Aviation and Boating News.
Hi Clara Phataraprasit, great to have you with us today! Where is your professional background from?
Hello! I am Clara Phataraprasit from Thailand, Southeast Asia. Our professional background is from Unity College (100% Environmental-Based University). Accredited Institution by New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). The program provides practical expertise and professional skills to students interested in a profession that advances the sustainable business movement.
© Inspire Clean Energy
Please share your company's purpose.
Launched in 2022, Eco-Friendly Aviation and Boating News is the first online news media website about a new era of Eco-Friendly Aviation and Boating. Our company is based in Europe and Southeast Asia. We give full support to 100% environmentally friendly, sustainable and zero emission production for the environmental impact. It includes work from Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe and Australia.
What inspired you to start an eco-friendly business?
100% renewable energy aviation and boating is a concept and it will soon become a reality. We are passionate about animals, clean air and natural world-inspired architecture and interior design. There are a great number of undiscovered artists and designers around the world, who deserve further recognition and we get to highlight the work for them. We are grateful for the opportunity to be influenced and inspired by artistry and craftsmanship.
© Art Villa, Bahía Ballena, Playa Hermosa, Costa Rica
What is the strategy that helped you become successful in the journey?
We base our approach on 3 primary pillars of long-term company development: economic, social, and environmental. It is game-changing, upending conventional wisdom, challenging traditional methods and reshaping everyday transportation on a global scale. We are honoured to be a small company that is a part of a bigger movement to change the industry.
© Links Courtyard House, Mornington Peninsula, Australia by Inarc Architects
What goal do you have for the company?
Going green is an important step for the protection of the planet. Our goal for the next few years is to focus on renewable energy and encourage artists and designers to think creatively and develop cost effective solutions to address climate and weather impact. We aim to persuade consumers to advocate for better economies and sustainable societies. In the future, people can expect to see the following terms:
The Most Popular Renewable Energy Sources
- Biomass Energy
- Geothermal Energy
- Hydro Energy
- Solar Energy
- Tidal Energy
- Wind Energy
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Any message for our readers.
I hope your readers can support the company and thank you for having us.
© Maya Bay, Thailand
It's entirely our pleasure. So tell us, how can people find out more about the company?
You can visit our website.
Thank you so much, Clara Phataraprasit, for giving us your precious time. We wish you all the best for your journey ahead!