SOS Jersey are to help and work with Environmental Science students from Brittany with their coastline studies, including sea lettuce research.
Jacqui Carrel, SOS Jersey’s Environmental Scientist, met with Tomas Hull, Head of International Relations at EME near Rennes, and Sid Brown, Principal of St Brélade’s College, to discuss how French students and interested parties in Jersey can collect and share data and findings on the sea lettuce problems in St Aubin’s Bay and Brittany.
She says, ‘We are looking forward to building links with EME students and working long-term with them not only on sea lettuce-related matters, but on many aspects of our shoreline.’
The students are also in Jersey to learn English, so will be based at St Brélade’s college, which is well situated for studying St Aubin’s Bay, and work with SOS Jersey will be conducted in English.
- EME (School of Environmental Management & Engineering, near Rennes) specialises in environmental engineering and sustainable development: http://www.ecole-eme.fr/en/
Contact Thomas Hull, firstname.lastname@example.org, +33 (0)2 99 05 88 08
- SOS Jersey, sea lettuce links: https://sosjersey.co.uk/category/concern/pollution/sea-lettuce/
Contact Jacqui Carrel, email@example.com, +44 (0)7797 824 565
- St Brélade’s College: http://www.stbreladescollege.co.uk/
Contact Sid Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org, +44 (0)1534 741 305
L to R: Thomas Hull (Head of International Relations at Ecole de Metiers de l’Environment, France), Sid Brown (Principal, St Brélade’s College, Jersey) and Jacqui Carrel (Environmental Scientist, SOS Jersey).
L to R : Sid Brown (Principal, St Brélade’s College, Jersey) Thomas Hull (Head of International Relations at Ecole de Metiers de l’Environment, France), and Jacqui Carrel (Environmental Scientist, SOS Jersey), with some of EME’s Environmental Science students.