Rupert Stacy


Rupert joined MRAG as a consultant after having graduated from an international Erasmus MSc, where he studied the management of marine biological resources in Ghent, Faro and Galway. Specialising his research interests in fisheries management methods and concepts, Rupert’s MSc thesis reported on the potential loss of genetic diversity of a threatened European species of seahorse. Having worked on various marine research projects around the world, including as a fisheries observer on the small scale fleet of northern Cyprus, and other data-collection based projects in the Seychelles and Mexico, Rupert is committed to supporting global conservation efforts by utilising and analysing evidence-based data for effective decision making.