Seas At Risk is reaching the end of a period of review and reorganisation and a number of exciting changes will strengthen the organisation and improve the effectiveness of its future work.

On the 26th September the General Board of Seas At Risk met at new offices in Brussels (pictured), elected a new five person Management Committee, welcomed into post Siri Engesaeth, its new Director, and adopted a new constitution that will see Seas At Risk transformed from a Dutch Foundation to a Belgian Association from 1st January 2007.

In addition a new web site (we hope you like it) will enhance its campaign and lobby work while providing a focus for marine environmental activities at an EU and wider North East Atlantic level.

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