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Atlanta Cook

Atlanta Cook started her marine conservation adventure in 1991 helping organise Surfers Against Sewage's first Brighton photo shoot and fund-raiser. She was an SAS Brighton Media Rep and set up SAS North Devon which successfully campaigned for the building of Baggy Point Water Treatment Works at Croyde Bay. She became a Director in 2000 and remained in post until the birth of her daughter. SAS named her an Honorary Life Member in 2005 and she continues the Campaign for Clean Seas to this day. She became Co-ordinator of Seas At Risk Federation, an international federation of marine environment NGOs in 2001. She has been an independent marine environment consultant since 2004.

Atlanta Cook Marine Environment Consultancy

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