Elliot breathes passion for environmental conservation. With extensive experiences, including reporting on sustainable energy projects and documenting safaris, Elliot's dedication shines. He founded Human Nature Projects at just 15, driving community conservation efforts and these have been recognised internationally. His project with DARWIN200 aims to explore Tenerife’s mesmerising geoheritage and coastal ecosystems such as the Montaña Roja natural reserve.
While Charles Darwin desired to explore Tenerife’s geology during his voyage on the HMS Beagle, fate did not permit his entry onto the island. Geology did, however, play a crucial role in shaping Darwin’s revolutionary ideas. The importance of this project lies in the urgency to safeguard Tenerife’s coastal habitats and natural and geological heritage as part of the unique delicate ecosystem and its species, as we witness daily impacts on these delicate ecosystems.
|START DATE:||27th August||LOCATION:||TENERIFE, CANARY ISLANDS||AREA OF STUDY:||Coastal habitats under threat|
|END DATE:||2nd September||Representing:||England, UK||SPONSOR:||Trifin Partners|
|START DATE:||27th August|
|END DATE:||2nd September|
|LOCATION:||TENERIFE, CANARY ISLANDS|
|END POINT:||England, UK|
|AREA OF STUDY:||Coastal habitats under threat|
Elliot’s extensive experiences include reporting on sustainable energy projects in Africa, filming underwater videos on the Great Barrier Reef, and documenting live safaris in the Greater Kruger National Park. Elliot is also a PADI-certified diver, licensed bird ringer, and qualified wildlife rescuer and he actively participates in environmental organisations and networks. As a part of the project Elliot will use his skills to conduct rigorous assessments, propose practical solutions, and engage with various stakeholders.
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