Here in the UK we are joined by countless others around the world in mourning the death of our much loved Queen. She died at the age of 96 after 70 years of dedicated service to her country and the Commonwealth. She was the UK’s longest reigning monarch and succeeded her father George VI to the throne at the very young age of 25 in 1952. News of her death
Carlos Sagrea, ISCO’s Representative for Spanish-speaking Latin America will be giving a presentation on “IMO Response to HNS Incidents in the Marine-Port Environment”. He will also explain ISCO’s role in helping to promote enhanced preparedness for response to marine pollution. Carlos’ presentation will be published after the event in the Latin American page on the ISCO website. ISCO is a co-sponsor of the Conference. Participants will be representatives of maritime
Captain D. C. Sekhar, Managing Director of AlphaMERS and Member of ISCO Council for India will be speaking at the SpillTech 2022, an international conference & exhibition having theme ‘Conserving the Environment by the Sustainable Use of Marine Resources’ being held at Goa, India from 21-23 September. ISCO will be exhibiting at the event and you are invited to visit us and learn more about ISCO’s current activities. SpillTech is a focused
For convenient access by members the recently published series collated by ISCO Member of Council for Canada, Dr Merv Fingasw, is currently being made available within the Members’ Area of the ISCO website within the Technical And Reference section.
In the Latin America Section of the ISCO website you are now able to read the Spanish translation of Ed Levine’s excellent article: “Communicating Internally and Externally during a Response: Life’s Lessons Over 32+ Years…. (link) “ The article, in its original version, was published in the ISCO Newsletters N ° 818 and 819 of December 2021 and January 2022 respectively, being previously presented at the 2021 International Oil Spill
These documents have now been published and can be viewed in the members’ area of the ISCO website www.spillcontrol.org You will need to log in and look under ISCO.