Nick Stewart is World Animal Protection’s Global Head of Campaign to make this the last generation of dolphins in captivity for entertainment purposes. The campaign advocates for the travel industry to phase out sale of captive cetacean experiences and move towards viable, responsible wild alternatives and solutions that protect current and future generations of animals. He previously led World Animal Protection’s wider campaign against wildlife entertainment, including elephant-riding, work for which World Animal Protection was awarded Gold in the Best for Wildlife category at the 2018 World Responsible Tourism Awards. Nick has a professional background in responsible tourism management, having worked for adventure tour operators in the corporate responsibility team as well as in the sustainable tourism departments of national park authorities in the UK, before moving into wildlife protection campaigning. He has a BSc in Environmental Science and a Postgraduate Diploma in Responsible Tourism Management.
Global Head of Campaign
World Animal Protection
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