In the run up to this year’s Young Scot Awards, which SEPA is a sponsor of, we’re talking to some of the people who’ll be there representing SEPA – to find out why they’re so keen on getting Scotland’s youth talking about the environment. First up is Olivia-Jayne Taylor. Olivia didn’t join SEPA through what many would see as a traditional route. Having studied economics at university, her first job was within research in the oil and gas sector. “The company’s main role was to advise huge oil companies on market conditions and investments” she explains. It was through this…

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