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Sea Alarm granted IOPC Funds observer status

December 21st, 2017

The IOPC Funds Assembly

At its most recent meeting in, November 2017, the IOPC Funds Assembly granted Sea Alarm’s request for observer status in the convention. Read more…

Training in Arctic Russia

December 21st, 2017

Practicing wildlife handling skills in Russia

Sea Alarm was invited by the Russian branch of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to assist with a unique project that aims to protect the Arctic environment against the effects of oil pollution. Read more…

Developing oiled wildlife preparedness in the Netherlands

December 21st, 2017

Field exercise in the Netherlands

As of October 2017, the leadership of a five-year (2017-2022) oiled wildlife programme has been contracted to Sea Alarm.     Read more…

Expanding our horizons to marine wildlife emergencies

December 21st, 2017

Experts discuss turtle emergency response

In November, Sea Alarm ran a successful workshop in Barcelona on marine emergencies involving sea turtles. Read more…

Publication of a brand new international oiled wildlife response standard

December 21st, 2017

The new Guide

We are proud to announce that IPIECA/IOGP have just released a new publication, Key principles for the protection, care and rehabilitation of oiled wildlife. Read more…

Three-day Baltic Oiled Wildlife Event

December 21st, 2017

Attendees at HELCOM wildlife event

In October 2017, the HELCOM Expert Working Group on Oiled Wildlife Response organized a three-day event which included a working group meeting, wildlife response manager training and a stakeholder exchange of current activities and good practices. Read more…

Wildlife preparedness event in Germany

December 21st, 2017

Meeting on oiled wildlife response in Germany

Sea Alarm’s Hugo Nijkamp attended a workshop for authority representatives on the existing arrangements for oiled wildlife response preparedness. Read more…

Progress on the GOWRS project

December 21st, 2017

The GOWRS team

During 2017 considerable further progress has been made in the Beta-phase of the GOWRS (Global Oiled Wildlife Response System) project. Read more…

The EUROWA team meets again

December 21st, 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. Read more…

Sea Alarm at the 12th REMPEC Focal Points Meeting

December 21st, 2017

Sea Alarm’s Saskia Sessions-Puplett presented at the 12th meeting of the Focal Points of REMPEC, which was held May 2017 in Malta.  Read more…