Hannah Lochan is a Marine Technician Trainee at the Institute of Marine Affairs, through the OJT Programme. She currently works in the Biodiversity and Ecology Research Programme and assists the Coral Reef Research Officer. Lochan is a graduate of the UWISTA having obtained a BSc. Biology with Specialisations in Marine Biology and Plant Biology. Through her studies, she discovered her passion for coral reef ecology and restoration especially and is grateful for the opportunities to raise awareness on marine-related issues.
Cari Bois is a national community that brings together communities, activists, academics, scientists and journalists, to tell their own stories around the environmental impact of the extractive sector in Trinidad and Tobago, and wider irresponsible development.