Overfishing is still the most immediate and significant threat to EU Oceans. The damage to our fisheries can be reversed but we must act now to protect our natural resources. At ClientEarth, we want to protect marine ecosystems from the threat of overfishing by making sure the Common Fisheries Policy rules are properly implemented and enforced at the EU and regional level.
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Jennifer Reeves

Project Lead, Fisheries

Jennifer Reeves joined the Fisheries Project team in November 2018 from the UK’s Department for Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra) where she was leading a team working on the Brexit fisheries negotiations.

Jennifer has a degree in Marine and Environmental Biology and has over ten years of working experience with governments and stakeholders around the world to improve fisheries management. She is an expert in fisheries control and enforcement and has worked in different phases of the lifecycle of fisheries law including: research on fishing vessels off the west coast of Scotland, enforcement of fisheries law out at sea with the Marine Management Organisation and later working on the implementation and enforcement of the Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing with the European Commission and third countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

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