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Sea Alarm to attend 2014 International Oil Spill Conference (IOSC)

April 15th, 2014

IOSC_1-logo  In May, Sea Alarm staff will travel to Savannah, USA for the International Oil Spill Conference (IOSC). Read more…

Oiled wildlife response proposal presented to the European Commission’s DG-ECHO

February 6th, 2014

DG-ECHO meeting 2013In November, Hugo Nijkamp of Sea Alarm attended a meeting at the brand new European Commission’s Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC) in Brussels.

The meeting aimed to inform the European marine pollution community about the European Union’s new Civil Protection Mechanism, including related opportunities for European co-funding of projects and activities. Read more…

Brussels workshop discusses global system for oiled wildlife response

February 6th, 2014

GOWRS.standing2013Ten leading oiled wildlife response organisations from around the globe, all with significant histories of international oil spill response, attended a workshop in Brussels in October 2013. The meeting, organized by Sea Alarm and sponsored by the Oil Spill Response Joint Industry Project (OSR-JIP), furthered cooperative efforts begun at Interspill 2012. Read more…

European oiled wildlife response team meets in Ostend

February 6th, 2014

European oiled wildlife meeting OstendThe WRC Ostend hosted the last 2013 meeting of the European oiled wildlife response team from 19-21 November. At the meeting, the Joint European Protocol for Seabird Rehabilitation, which is in final preparation for printing, was reviewed in detail. Read more…

Sea Alarm staff supports POSOW training sessions in Greece and Cyprus

February 6th, 2014

POSOW training 2013Two National POSOW trainings were held in Cyprus and Crete, Greece in December, 2013. Sea Alarm’s Claude Velter supported the Oiled Wildlife Response portions of both courses, which were given by local personnel who had attended the previous trainings in Brest in May. Read more…

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