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EUROWA promoted at West, Central and Southern Africa webinar

Sea Alarm, as Secretariat for EUROWA, and the Wildlife Rescue Centre Ostend (WRCO) raised international awareness of the EUROWA network at a Global Initiative for West, Central and Southern Africa (GI WACAF) webinar. Christophe Blazy, presenting for Sea Alarm, gave…

EUROWA-2:Check out the EUROWA website and follow us on Twitter

The EUROWA network now has two new communication channels, our website and Twitter. Be sure to subscribe to the EUROWA newsletter on the homepage to keep up-to-date on our activities. Our brand-new website gives an overview of who we are…

EUROWA-2:Promoting the project to regional agreement meetings around Europe

Authorities from the Baltic, North and Mediterranean Sea regions learned more about the EUROWA-2 project at their meetings during the first half of the year. Sea Alarm, as EUROWA Secretariat, represented EUROWA at these online meetings, the first of which…

EUROWA experts present at Baltic oiled wildlife response webinar

On March 31st, Sascha Regmann, Vanessa Ryan and Agni Kaldma, representatives of the EUROWA Network, presented at a Baltic webinar ‘Oiled Wildlife Response – Methods and Opportunities’. The webinar was organised by the OIL SPILL Project, which is funded by…

Eurowa members gather online for their 2021 network meeting

During the last week of April, EUROWA member organisations and technical experts came together on Zoom for a network meeting, their first gathering under the EUROWA-2 project. The meeting, originally planned as a three day in-person event, had to be…

Poland working to strengthen its oiled wildlife response arrangements

On 14th April, the EUROWA Secretariat presented EUROWA at an online meeting of oiled wildlife response stakeholders who are part of the Polish oiled wildlife response working group. The working group is looking into strengthening and further developing national arrangements…

A new phase for EUROWA – the EUROWA-2 project begins

2021 marks the start of a brand-new phase of EUROWA cooperation, with the kick-off of the EUROWA-2 project. This 2-year project, co-funded by the European Commission’s Civil Protection Financial Instrument represents an important milestone in development of oiled wildlife preparedness…

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