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Sumarie Jordan, Ambassador

Victoria Ndinelago Erasmus

Marine scientist – Swakopmund,  Namibia

I am a researcher by training but i currently serve as the operations manager at Fisheries Observer Agency.
My PhD thesis aimed at uncoupling exploitation pressure and climate change effects in the biological aspects of monkfish. I have also written a review on the impact of climate change and fishing pressure on sardine population. I strongly believe that our fisheries and livelihood have been negatively impact by climate change. Our society needs to learn how climate change has impacted life on earth and what we can do to develop adoptive mechanisms. My goal is to contribute to knowledge and public awareness on climate change and it’s impacts.

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