Tuna is one of the UK’s most popular seafood dishes, but it’s often overshadowed by questions about its sustainability. Are more fish being taken out of the sea than can be replaced? Are the fishing methods used by big seafood companies threatening other species or damaging our oceans? WWF has worked on making seafood more […]Read more
Hi, my name is Tracy and I manage WWF’s seafood programme in the UK.
I absolute love my work as a marine and freshwater environmentalist and I am excited to be able to use this Blog to start sharing some of the information that I am often asked by my friends and family.
I have worked previously as a consultant and for the UK’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency. In between these posts I spent much time abroad working on islands where the natural environment is essential to local jobs and lives.
I really enjoy the activities of developing projects in different regions of the world. We want to ensure that the marine environment is not adversely impacted by human activities and that the seas will be teaming with fish for many generations to come.
My latest posts
Happy World Fisheries Day, the annual global event highlighting the importance of fisheries to human lives. This year I wanted to share some photos and insights from my recent trip to Tanzania and Seychelles, where WWF is on the front line working to protect tuna supplies, and their ocean home, for future generations. Tuna are […]Read more
WWF works in 100 countries across the world, and oceans and seafood are a priority for many of our offices. We work in different regions, with many species and a variety of people to ensure that fisheries and farms are operating in a responsible way. WWF’s Seafood Charter helps businesses contribute towards this goal. A […]Read more