Chronic oil pollution in Europe

Chronic oil pollution in Europe

Hundreds of thousands of seabirds in Europe are falling victim to a silent killer known as chronic oiling. Chronic oiling is the continuous stream of oil into the sea from oil spills and deliberate, illegal discharges of oily waste from vessels. Oil can affect almost any form of life it comes in contact with and can be detected in the environment even 30 years after discharge.

Experts

Senior Program Advisor
Senior Program Advisor
Brian Sharp, Emergency Relief Officer, Stranding Coordinator
Manager, Marine Mammal Rescue and Research
Céline Sissler-Bienvenu, Director, France and Francophone Africa
Director, France and Francophone Africa
IFAW Veterinarian
Gail A'Brunzo, Manager, Wildlife Rescue
Manager, Wildlife Rescue
Veterinarian, DVM, PhD
Veterinarian, DVM, PhD
Katie Moore, Deputy Vice President, Conservation and Animal Welfare
Deputy Vice President, Conservation and Animal Welfare
Loïs Lelanchon, Animal Rescue Program Officer
Animal Rescue Program Officer
Vivek Menon, Director of IFAW partner, Wildlife Trust of India
Senior Advisor to the CEO on Strategic Partnerships & Philanthropy