Marina Vaughan
Marina has a background in international affairs, philanthropy and conservation. She was the founding director of the Blue Marine Foundation, a leading British environmental charity dedicated to solving the crisis of overfishing by employing public-private partnerships that provide long-term solutions for marine sustainability. Under her leadership, the area of ocean under full protection was doubled in the creation of the Chagos Marine Reserve. In the 2008 US presidential elections Marina was the director of Americans Abroad, spearheading John McCain's worldwide campaign, having worked previously at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London and Barbour Griffith & Rogers in Washington, DC. Marina is also closely involved in the arts.

Entries by Marina Vaughan

The Prince's Bright Future

(0) Comments | Posted 15 February 2012 | (23:00)

It is a year of big opportunities for the oceans, an issue that is finally gaining ground on the global political agenda. A number of important events are taking place that will highlight, for once, the problems of 7/10 of the planet's surface, including the World Oceans Summit in Singapore...

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2012 Will Be a Good Year for Our Ecosystems

(1) Comments | Posted 3 January 2012 | (23:00)

With another year over in the so-called Biodiversity Decade, one might lose heart that our natural resources will ever be saved from squander. But I don't, I have great hope for the year ahead. The reason? Good business is the best antidote for bad international politics.

Certainly there is...

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