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Sea Alarm’s first 20 years: Our role in oiled wildlife responses

  • October 27, 2020

The ability to make a positive contribution in a response to an oiled wildlife emergency has always been a key objective in our work. In our 20 years we have responded to quite a few incidents in different countries under many different circumstances. This article will revisit some of these incidents to share what we’ve learned and to explain why real-time incidents have always been the main driver of our preparedness work.

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Archive 2006

  • December 31, 2006

Action for Wildlife Threatened by Oil Spills Unique co-operation between the oil industry and a wildlife charity Birds are one of the most visible and distressing casualties of a major coastal oil spill, with the numbers affected sometimes running into…

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Archive 2005

  • December 31, 2005

Third Conference a success The Third Sea Alarm Conference took place in Balbriggan, Ireland, November 1-3, 2004, and was organised by Sea Alarm and the Irish Seal Sanctuary. The conference, which was sponsored by Fairy, ITOPF, WWF, Fingal County Council,…

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Archive 2004

  • December 31, 2004

Sea Alarm tightens its bonds with rehabilitators in Europe October 2003, Sea Alarm has sent out a questionnaire to over 140 recipients all over Europe, mainly organisations and individuals that are active in wildlife rehabilitation. In this way, Sea Alarm…

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