Litter Free Coast and Sea Somerset is a community campaign led by the Severn Estuary Partnership and hosted by Cardiff University. The Team consists of two dedicated members of staff and operates with the invaluable support of several community volunteers
Tanya is responsible for the day to day management of the campaign, including project delivery, co-ordination, stakeholder engagement and project scoping.
She has a Masters degree in Oceanography and a professional background in marine conservation having work in Europe, Africa & the Middle East.
Tanya has spent the last eight years tackling sources of marine plastic pollution in the UK by working with individuals, charities, businesses and policymakers. She enjoys working collaboratively with communities and empowering individuals to make positive changes that benefit the marine environment07415 730 602 firstname.lastname@example.org
Chloé joined the team August 2018 and is responsible for developing and delivering our behaviour change and engagement campaigns within the community and through social media. She has a Bachelors degree in Ocean Science and a Masters in Marine Policy and Planning.
Her passion for the marine environment stemmed from watching David Attenborough documentries at a young age and spending all her childhood summers on the beach. As well as an aspiring mermaid, she has worked for a number of environmental organisations. In her last role she worked for Natural England on the England Coast Path in Dorset and Hampshire.07905 115 153 email@example.com
Severn Estuary Partnership
Litter Free Coast and Sea Somerset is led by the Severn Estuary Partnership (SEP) which is hosted by Cardiff University. As a coastal partnership, we work with all those involved in the management of the estuary, from planners to port authorities, fishermen to farmers and many more with an interest in the future of the estuary. To find out more about the Severn Estuary Partnership please follow the link below.02920 874 713 firstname.lastname@example.org
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