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It is 20 years ago today that the Prestige incident (Galicia, Spain) took over the headlines in Europe and the rest of the world. Articles…

A new Integrated Wildlife Response Plan for Montenegro

Sea Alarm successfully completed its project with the Montenegrin authorities to develop a national oiled wildlife response plan. Over the last year and a half,…

Welcome Edel to the Sea Alarm Team!

We are very happy to announce a new arrival to the Sea Alarm Team, Edel Shanahan has joined us in Brussels as of September. Edel…

EUROWA-2 project news

The EUROWA-2 project is in full swing, with a number of important technical developments and activities taking place, or progressing in the last few months.…

Montenegro Wildlife Planning: stakeholder workshop and fact-finding mission

Montenegro is in the process of redrafting its National Contingency Plan (NCP). As part of this process, Sea Alarm has been invited to assist with…

Two EU projects focusing on holistic and integrated management

Sea Alarm is involved in two EU projects that focus on integrated management of marine incidents, the IRA-MAR project and the MODEX-DBX project. As part…

Sea Alarm contributes to the POPCORN Project

Sea Alarm is an Associated partner in the Preventing Oil and Plastics Contamination of Ocean Regions of the North (POPCORN) Project. This clustering project of…

Sea Alarm at Interspill 2022 conference

The Sea Alarm team attended the Interspill 2022 conference, one of the main events in the international oil spill calendar. This year's conference took place…

Sea Alarm’s observer status at the IOPC Funds continues

The IOPC Funds approved the continuation of Sea Alarm’s observer status at the March 2022 meetings of the governing bodies. The International Oil Pollution Compensation…

Self-Assessment Tool goes online + Updates on Baltic oiled wildlife preparedness

Sea Alarm chaired, and participated in, the HELCOM Expert Group on Wildlife Response (EG Wildlife) on 7 February 2022.The group had recently renewed its Terms…

Sea Alarm bids farewell to Christophe Blazy

Technical Adviser Christophe Blazy has recently resigned from his position at Sea Alarm to join the Regional Activity Centre for Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife…

Sea Alarm’s Country Wildlife Response Profiles: Updates and a new look

Sea Alarm are pleased to announce that our Country Wildlife Response Profiles (CWRPs) went through a format revamp last year and the 16 CWRPs updated…

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