Sam is a recent graduate in History for the University of York. He has worked in the communications department of Green Cross International, Forum for the Future and the Institute for Global Prosperity at University College London. He has also worked extensively as a researcher for the Sustainability Agenda, a leading podcast exploring developments in the sustainability space. Whilst working on a podcast exploring Project Drawdown he came across the Climate Foundation’s vision for marine permaculture and was struck by its enormous potential to tackle the world’s most pressing sustainability challenges. He is most taken by how marine permaculture embodies the regenerative practices needed this century. Currently, Sam is helping the CF while undertaking his mandatory Swiss civilian service and he plans to do an MSc in sustainability next year.