In this issue: EMSA's administrative board charts the way forward; Coordinated action to address places of refuge for vessels in distress; Equasis welcomes Brazil into its supervisory committee; ...
In this issue: Satellite evidence used in pollution case; Guiding action against illegal discharges; Interest grows in satellite-based AIS; Converting EU sulphur requirements into national law; ...
In this issue: Commission takes steps towards more sustainable shipping; Making informed choices on the use of dispersants to treat oil spills; European Court of Justice rules in favour of EMSA; ...
In this issue: SAFEMED III: Euro-Med cooperation picks up pace; Subscribers and followers on the rise; Rulecheck: making ship inspections less complex and more effective; Equasis annual report: the ...
In this issue: Monte Arucas successfully completes acceptance test; Cooperation to enhance bluefin tuna campaign; World maritime university pays a visit to EMSA.
In this issue: Praça Europa comes to EMSA; Euro-Mediterranean cooperation enters new phase; Scrubber use explored as sulphur limit looms; Building up accident investigation skills; Brezzamare joins ...
In this issue: Pooling expertise for more effective maritime border controls; Forging closer links with Croatia; Equasis goes mobile; Better planning and coordination when crisis strikes; Agency ...
In this issue: IMDatE ocean proofing gets underway; pilot project takes SafeSeaNet furhter; MarED issues recommendations for harmonisation; multinational visit to MSS operations centre
In this issue: -EMSA Admin Board looks to the future; -Monitoring fishing in the North Atlantic; -LNG bunkering study now on website; -EMSA to raise its own energy efficiency.
In this issue: - Revised Founding Regulation now in force. - Anticipating the human impact of pollution. - IMDatE provides its first services. - Vice-Admiral Carvalho Abreu visits EMSA.