Alejandro Nagy

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
+ 34 636 123 952
Languages spoken
Spanish [fluent]
English [fluent]
French [basic]

I am an Environmental Biologist as well as a Sustainability Engineering. Since 2005 I've developed, participated and coordinated several activities and projects in sustainability business as well as in golf industry. I alternated periods of free-lance consulting with periods working in TECONMA (contracting company) and the Canary Islands Golf Federation.

My love for the game, along with the development of several sustainable projects in golf facilities, led me to create my own company specializing in sustainable management of golf courses, cgolfsostenible. In 2013 I founded, currently the preferred source of information for many Spanish golf industry decision makers.

I have a solid experience as a communicator, both in traditional media and social media, having published more than sixty articles in different Spanish and European magazines, as well as participated in radio and television shows.


Alejandro (Ba. in Biological Sciences plus MSc. in Environmental Biology, also MSc. in Environmental Management & Engineering), has been practicing as environmental consultant in Spain since 2006, receiving his GEO accreditation in 2008 at the Pisa meeting.

In the last years he have been involved in several golf projects as writing the report “Getting a sustainable legacy” for the Environmental File of 2018 Ryder Cup Spanish Bid, being a member of technical staff at project “Biogolf: eco-efficiency & biodiversity” of Madrid Government, developing the Environmental Memory of the Golf Courses Land Plan of Gran Canaria Local Government, developing the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System at Salobre Golf & Resort or coordinating of Golf Environment Tour for the Norwegian Greenkeeper Association 2008 Annual Congress at Gran Canaria, among others.

In the other hand he have been developed some other small single projects in Spanish golf courses and collaborating with several golf industry companies. He is also a regular contributor to many Spanish and European golf magazines and websites, including some private Spanish golf clubs.

He is currently involved in new golf courses environmental impact assessment projects and participating in other golf industry environmental and sustainable activities.
At present he is also the manager of the Canary Islands Golf Federation

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