Oiled Wildlife and Preparedness - Perspectives from South East Asia
Without human intervention, the effects of oil on wildlife could be fatal. On ethical, animal welfare and legal grounds, National Authorities are called to minimize wildlife suffering by setting up appropriate oiled wildlife preparedness and response system.
Southeast Asia is home to the busiest ports, major shipping routes (such as Malacca and Singapore Straits) and extensive oil and gas exploration and production.
In this webinar, Norman Ramos, Principal Trainer & Consultant, and Yow Lih Hern, Senior Consultant, discuss the current practices in South East Asia on a country-by-country basis and their recommendations.