skip to Main Content

Oil Spill incident in Norway

  • June 29, 2011

Sea Alarm assisted in a small-scale wildlife rehabilitation operation in Norway, following the grounding of the containership Godafoss on 17th February. The vessel ran aground at the mouth of the Oslo Fjord near to the Ytre Havel marine park.

Read More

Oil spill incident in Amsterdam

  • June 29, 2011

Sea Alarm is assisting with cost recovery procedures for a small oiled wildlife incident in the Netherlands. In early January, a collision between two oil tankers caused a leak of approximately 1000m3 of fuel oil into Mercury Harbour, Amsterdam.

Read More

Arctic oiled wildlife response

  • June 28, 2011

Sea Alarm presented a paper on Arctic oiled wildlife response at the International Maritime Organisation/World Maritime University Conference on Oil Spill Risk Management, which took place in Malmö, Sweden in March 2011.

Read More

Research grants available from the Oiled Wildlife Care Network

  • June 28, 2011

The Californian Oiled Wildlife Care Network has published its 2011-2012 call for research proposals from wildlife professionals interested in improving oiled wildlife response and gaining a better understanding of the effects of oil on wildlife. The OWCN sponsors up to $250,000 a year to support research and technology development.

Read More

A fresh perspective…

  • June 28, 2011

“Sometimes a fresh perspective renews a sense of priorities – release from pre-occupations that didn’t really matter, and fresh awareness of things that can pass us by in the confusion of the busy lives we lead”. These are the words of city lawyer Colin de la Rue on why he decided to climb eight mountains in support of eight charitable causes (Eight up campaign).

Read More

In memoriam: Jim Conroy

  • June 28, 2011

It is with great sadness that we learned that our friend Jim Conroy passed away on March 22 after losing his battle with cancer.

Read More

Oiled wildlife preparedness seminar in Norway

  • June 23, 2011

Sea Alarm was invited to present its views on European oiled wildlife preparedness and response at a national wildlife seminar in Norway. The seminar took place on 17 and 18th March in Oslo and was jointly organised by Friends of the Earth Norway and the Norwegian oil companies operating association (NOFO).

Read More

European oiled wildlife response developments

  • June 22, 2011

Sea Alarm hosted the 3rd meeting of key European wildlife response organisations at its office in Brussels in April. The group, which includes Sea Alarm, the UK’s Royal Society for the Protection of Animals (RSPCA), the Ostend Wildlife Rescue Centre (Belgium), and ProBird (Germany), meets twice a year to evaluate and further optimise their joint international response preparedness.

Read More
Back To Top