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100 Country Wildlife Response Profiles and counting

May 11th, 2017
country response profiles map

Countries in yellow have completed CWRPs

Sea Alarm is very pleased to announce that it has completed and published its 100th Country Wildlife Response Profile. To responders and response planners, these Profiles are broadly respected and often a crucial source of information on each country’s apparent capacity to deal with an oiled wildlife incident. Read more…

Baltic Region makes progress on wildlife response planning

May 11th, 2017
HELCOM Baltic Region

The Helsinki Commission (HELCOM)

Of the nine coastal states in the Baltic Region, five have developed plans for oiled wildlife response and others have made progress toward this goal, according to a HELCOM report.   Read more…

Putting international collaboration to the test

May 11th, 2017
GOWRS Table-top Exercise - Facility plan development

GOWRS Table-top Exercise – Facility plan development

Phase two of the Global Oiled Wildlife Response System (GOWRS) project recently kicked off in Belgium providing another two years in which to further the objective of developing and improving international cooperation and preparedness for oiled wildlife incidents. Read more…

EP Arctic Report: Oiled wildlife response plans should be developed

May 11th, 2017

Photo credit: NOAA (www.arctic.noaa.gov/maps.html)

The European Parliament (EP) Resolution of 16 March 2017, An integrated EU policy for the Arctic (2016/2228(INI)), includes wording suggested by Sea Alarm encouraging all Arctic states to develop oiled wildlife response plans. Read more…

EUROWA project comes to a close (for now)

May 10th, 2017
EUROWA team practices skills

EUROWA partners at a training session.

 

After two years of working together, Sea Alarm and its project partners concluded the EU-funded EUROWA project at the end of 2016. The project has broken much new ground in European oiled wildlife response. Read more…

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