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Stephanie Newman is a specialist in fisheries and marine policy. At the Institute for European Environmental Policy she managed and contributed to numerous research projects which aimed to support the sustainable exploitation of marine biological resources, mainly in the contexts of reform of the Common Fisheries Policy and European Fisheries Fund, and the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive and Birds and Habitats Directives. She has provided the fisheries policy expertise in numerous projects including a study on ‘biodiversity proofing’ the Multi-annual Financial Framework. She also contributed to the Impact Assessment for the CFP review, and a project mapping the Biodiversity Strategy targets and actions within the wider EU policy framework. Stephanie has an MSc in Marine Environmental Management from the University of York. Her research studied the deviation of EU fishing quotas from scientific advice, and the implementation of ecosystem-based management in Canadian maritime policy, the latter of which she undertook at the Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans in Newfoundland.

Dr Andrew Farmer Head of the Industry, Waste and Water Programme, Institute for European Environmental Policy, has a PhD from St Andrews University and began his career as a research scientist in the USA and UK. Subsequently, Dr Farmer worked for a UK government agency for 7 years, where he provided scientific and policy advice across a wide range of areas, in particular focusing on analysis of the impacts of activities on the environment and developing inputs to negotiations at international level. Dr Farmer has undertaken extensive research on the implementation of EU legislation and its implementation in the Member States, with a particular focus on the challenges of compliance assessment and enforcement. Dr Farmer has published the following books: Managing Environmental Pollution (Routledge) and Handbook of Environmental Protection and Enforcement (Earthscan). He was the Editor of the Manual of European Environmental Policy published by Earthscan.

 
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