Jeremy is an AOSIS Fellow severing as an advisor on climate change and ocean issues for the Seychelles Permeant Mission to the United Nations. With over five years of work experience in conservation with the Seychelles Islands Foundation (SIF), a leading environmental non-profit in Seychelles, he brings a from the field perspective to international negotiations. Jeremy has led several projects at SIF, most notably the Aldabra Clean-Up Project a collaboration with the University of Oxford to tackle the issue of marine plastic pollution. In his current role he focuses on advancing the needs of Small Island Developing State / Big Ocean States in international environmental law with specific work being carried out on the high seas treaty, climate change and treaty on plastic pollution. Jeremy holds a BA in International Relations and Environmental Geographical Sciences from the University of Cape Town. Within the Victoria Hub he has held several leading local and international roles and coordinated the Environmental Youth Leadership Programme. He is also a Sustainable Ocean Alliance Young Ocean Leader and an inaugural member of the alliance’s Youth Policy Advisory Council.