Kara Bryson

Kara Brydson has more than two decades’ experience in policy, advocacy and marine governance. From working with humanitarian organisations in developing regions and then looking at alternatives to the global exploitation and trade of marine mammals, Kara became the Head of Marine Policy for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Scotland, where she was responsible for advocacy at the Scottish, UK, and European Parliaments for sustainable management of the marine environment, and representing Birdlife International on Europe-wide platforms to influence the reform of the European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy. She is now the Programme Manager for the Responsible Fishing Scheme, the only global standard that audits compliance on board fishing vessels, including ethical and welfare criteria.

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