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Sea Alarm’s first 20 years: We are stronger together – building expertise networks (Part 1)

  • August 9, 2020

Network is a word that is used a lot nowadays, but what is a network? For Sea Alarm, it is a group of organisations and/or individuals with a common interest working together. We have a strong belief that by cooperating and striving towards common goals, a well-coordinated network can grow to be stronger than the sum of its parts (in other words, its individual members). 

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EUROWA Summit and equipment inspection in Belgium

  • September 23, 2019

 

In June 2019, EURopean Oiled Wildlife Assistance (EUROWA) Network members, and interested potential members, met in Ostende to strengthen their cooperation and define the decision-making structure which will support EUROWA’s function in European oil spill response and preparedness.

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The EUROWA team meets again

  • December 21, 2017
EUROWA team gathers at Mallydams

The EUROWA project partners met at RSPCA Mallydams Wood in October 2017 for the first in-person meeting since the end of the EU-funded aspect of the project.

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EUROWA project comes to a close (for now)

  • May 10, 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.

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EUROWA Module project in final year

  • March 23, 2016

EUROWAlogo.smallSea Alarm’s staff is heavily involved in the EUROWA Module project, which is co-funded by the European Commission. The project has just started its second and last year, in which two training events are amongst the main deliveries.

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