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Sir Stephen Brown has enjoyed a distinguished diplomatic career spanning three decades. After joining the service in 1976 his first postings were to Nicosia and then Paris. He returned to London to work on relations with Mexico and Central America and in 1989 he was appointed British Consul General in Melbourne. He was Ambassador to the Republic of Korea in 1997 and became High Commissioner to Singapore in 2001 before being appointed Chief Executive of UK Trade and Investment in 2002.
Stephen Marsh has had a life-long passion for wildlife. A keen birder from a young age, in later life he has become well known as a whale and dolphin enthusiast, having worked for the charity ORCA for a number of years. He has worked for commercial whale-watching companies as a wildlife guide, advised MPs on marine conservation matters and has contributed to BBC Wildlife Magazine.
Professor David Drewry is Vice-President of the European University Association and a Trustee of the Natural History Museum. He holds a Doctorate in Geophysics from Cambridge University and has wide research interests in the environmental sciences and global climate change. He has participated in and led scientific expeditions to the polar regions and southern Africa and has travelled extensively in Australasia and the Pacific.