A flying background that stretches back to World War I. He has dedicated his spare time to this project over the last couple of years and has a doggedness and determination coupled with experience and professionalism to make it happen.
Jeremy began his career as a pilot when he was aged 15 and to date has more than 50,000 km of flying experience over the Pacific. In his time as a pilot he has flown aerobatics, volunteered for the Royal Flying Doctors service and undertaken a series of adventures in single engine aeroplanes.
Over time, Jeremy has also become an environmental pioneer, seeking to develop sustainable solutions to the worlds increasing pollution exposures. To Jeremy, On Wings of Waste represents a chance to find an economically viable way to protect our most precious natural assets.
Now he trains journalists in risk management and basic survival techniques. Tony led the BBC's High Risk Unit, but he now lives in Australia, working with Australian and Asian networks.
ZeroRisk International was formed 10 years ago by Director Tony Loughran after having worked for the BBC for 14 years and amassed a great deal of knowledge, experience and contacts during his many international news assignments.