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Amy Hammond is a campaigner focused on UK marine conservation. She works for Oceana where she leads the organisation’s campaigns to end overfishing and destructive fishing in UK waters.
Previously, she set up and ran the Ocean and Blue Economy Practice at Seahorse Environmental, delivering political strategies and communications programmes for campaigns including ‘On The Hook’ and ‘River Action’.
Before this, Amy was policy and research officer at the Blue Marine Foundation where she focused on marine protection in the UK overseas territories and fisheries management after Brexit.
Amy has a geography degree from University of Oxford and a master’s in conservation from University College London, and has published research on marine protection in international waters. Amy also volunteers as a marine campaigns advisor to the Galapagos Conservation Trust.
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