We’re helping the Sea Alarm Foundation provide vital training programmes on oiled wildlife emergency response for the Mediterranean, Atlantic, North Sea and Baltic regions.
The Sea Alarm Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation founded in 1999. Based in Brussels, the foundation is known for its worldwide work in improving response plans and capabilities for dealing with wildlife (such as marine birds, sea turtles and marine mammals) that are affected by emergencies such as oil spills.
The Sea Alarm Foundation also develops and advocates for the use of best practices in oiled wildlife response, as well as facilitating training opportunities for experts and volunteers in Europe and globally.
Acting as an independent and impartial facilitator, the foundation collaborates closely with other NGOs, governmental authorities, and the oil and maritime industries. This cooperation and understanding between key stakeholders ensure responses to marine wildlife emergencies are effective, professional, based on best practice and of the highest international standards.