BSc (Environmental Science, Southampton University, UK); MSc (Ecology, Durham University, UK); MBA (Business Administration, University of Northumbria, UK); PhD (Environmental Science, Glasgow University, UK); CEnv (Chartered Environmentalist, Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management, UK).
Jeremy has over 20 years of experience of professional research and consultancy in coastal and marine environments. This has involved working in over 40 countries across the world delivering over 60 research and development projects. He has worked for a range of international institutions such as the EC, UN (e.g. UNDP, UNEP, UNESCO), World Bank, national aid agencies (e.g. CIDA, RIKZ and SIDA) and a range of research organisations (e.g. NOAA, NERC). He has published over 40 refereed scientific papers and a number of book chapters in a variety of topics including fisheries, hydrology, crustacean settlement, pollution, island tourism, climate change and coastal management.