Emilie Reuchlin-Hugenholtz is a political scientist and marine biologist working as a senior marine advisor at WWF Netherlands. She has been working on the design and implementation of networks of marine protected areas and sustainable fisheries since 2007, both nationally and internationally. More recently she has been working on active restoration of species and habitats in the North Sea. Emilie just built the first flat oysterbank in the deeper waters of the North Sea and was the first to place 3-D printed sandstone reefstructures in the North Sea, both for the purpose of increasing North Sea marine biodiversity. Emilie loves to be at sea and is not shy of a challenge, such as making miles for North Sea ecosystem recovery.