As someone approaching my 40th year with what seems like increasing speed, I feel I’m young enough to have a relatively good grasp of modern technology but perhaps old enough to be increasingly amazed at the rapid pace of its development. For someone of my age, a robot is Metal Micky from Rent-a-ghost or C-3PO […]Read more
Hello, I’m Lyndsey and I am the Head of UK & EU Marine Policy. I’ll be blogging about our wonderful seas and about the exciting work that we do to improve protection and management and ensure they are healthy and productive well into the future!
I’ve been with WWF since 2007, initially working on the delivery of new marine legislation in the UK – the Marine and Coastal Access Act, then managing the PISCES and Celtic Seas Partnership projects. In my current role I lead a team of 12 working on UK and EU marine policy in areas such as fisheries, protected areas, planning and stakeholder engagement. Before joining WWF I was researching deep-sea corals off the coasts of the UK for my PhD. I’m passionate about the marine environment and the ability to collaboratively find sustainable solutions that deliver benefits for people and nature.
My latest posts
I’ve been fascinated by the sea since I was a child. I remember standing on the shore as an eight-year old, wondering what lay beneath the dark and stormy waters. Living in Wales for the last nine years, I’ve been lucky enough to visit many of the best areas for marine wildlife spotting, including the […]Read more
Monty Halls, BBC 2’s Fisherman’s Apprentice, was so taken by WWF’s PISCES project that he decided to run a marathon and raise money for this important marine work. Read about his (painful!) training and see how he’s getting on. The PISCES (Partnerships Involving Stakeholders in the Celtic Sea Ecosystem ) project is a pioneering collaboration […]Read more