Author: International Tribunal for the Law of the SeaPublish On: 2001-07-01
11 June 1996 ( P ) 1 December 1995 5 October 1994 14 July 1995 28 July 1995 ( p ) 28 July 1995 ( p ) 13 November 1998 21 October 1994 ( s ) 16 October 1997 ( P ) 28 April 1995 ( P ) 29 July 1994 5 November 1996 ( P ) 15 November 1994 15 ...
Author: International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea is an international court dealing with maritime disputes. The Tribunal is open to States, international organizations and other entities. The "Yearbook" will give lawyers, scholars, students as well as the general public easy access to information about the jurisdiction, procedure and organization of the Tribunal and also about its composition and activities in 1999. The "Yearbook" was prepared by the Registry of the Tribunal. The Tribunal has also published a volume of "Basic Texts" which contains documents that are fundamental to the mandate and operation of the Tribunal and which provides the essential documentation relating to the law and procedure applicable to the Tribunal. The "Yearbook" is also available in French (Annuaire).
In: 4th International Conference on Ocean Energy, Dublin. 31 Alexander, K. A., Wilding, T. A., and Heymans, J. J. (2013) Attitudes of Scottish Fishers Towards Marine Renewable Energy. ... Ocean Yearbook, 29(1), pp. 299–326.
Author: Glen Wright
Category: Technology & Engineering
Energy from wave and tidal power is a key component of current policies for renewable sources of energy. This book provides the first comprehensive exploration of legal, economic, and social issues related to the emerging ocean energy industry, in particular wave and tidal energy technologies. This industry is rapidly developing, and considerable technical literature has developed around the technology. However, it is shown that challenges relating to regulation and policy are major impediments to industry development, and these aspects have not previously been sufficiently highlighted and studied. The book informs policymakers, industry participants, and researchers of the key issues in this developing field. Ocean energy is considered in the context of the blue economy and an industrialising ocean, and the topics covered include: development of policy (policy instruments, risk and delay in technology development); legal aspects (consenting processes, resource management, impact assessment); human interactions (conflicts, consultation, community benefits); and spatial planning of the marine environment. While offshore wind energy, sited in the oceans but not strictly derived from the ocean, is not the primary focus of the book, there is also discussion of the similarities and differences between offshore wind and wave and tidal power policy dimensions.
27 Quoted in “William T. Burke (1926–2014): In Memoriam” Ocean Yearbook (ed. Aldo Chircop, 2015), 29 ix. 28 Quoted in On the Waterfront, supra note 14, at 44. 29 See “William T. Burke (1926–2014) and Jon Jacobson (1939–2014): In ...
Author: Harry N. Scheiber
Ocean Law Debates: The 50-Year Legacy and Emerging Issues for the Years Ahead offers historical perspectives on the ocean-law debates of the 1960s and after, leading to the signing of UNCLOS in 1982, along with perceptive analyses of various key current-day issues, including climate change, biodiversity in the Area Beyond National Jurisdiction, seabed mining, genetic prospecting, and the geopolitics of Marine Protected Areas.
news/en/news-room/content/20131206IPR30022/html/Deep-sea-fisheries-Parliamentcalls-for-bottom-trawling-ban-in-vulnerable-areas ... J. (2014) 'Quality Matters: High Seas MPAs in the Southern Ocean', Ocean Yearbook 29, 2014 (in press).
Author: Robin Warner
With advances in technology and maritime transport, human use of the ocean now extends beyond the traditional activities of navigation and fishing. Emerging activities such as bioprospecting, deep seabed mineral and hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation, offshore renewable energy developments and marine scientific probes of deep sea areas challenge the applicability of maritime law and policy in new ways. This handbook examines current regulatory and enforcement instruments and mechanisms for different sectors of maritime activity. Covering various jurisdictions, its specially commissioned chapters are authored by some of the world’s foremost authorities on maritime law, and offer unique perspectives on maritime law, policy and practice. This highly relevant collection is organised into four parts: • International Law Considerations in Maritime Regulation and Enforcement • Role of States and other International Actors in Maritime Regulation and Enforcement • Regulation and Enforcement in Different Maritime Sectors • Current Issues and Future Challenges This comprehensive reference work will be of interest to scholars and students of maritime law, practitioners and non-lawyers interested in the regulation of offshore areas, as well as policy-makers.
A Comprehensive Index to Marine Law and Policy Literature Cumulation, 1980-1985 Christian L. Wiktor, Leslie A. Foster. Underdal , Arild . The Politics of International Fisheries ... 5 Ocean Yearbook 29-57 ( 1985 ) 4077 Joseph , James .
Sea level rise and maritime claims' in O. C. Ruppel, C. Roschmann and K. Ruppel-Schlichting (eds.), Climate change: International Law and Global ... international law, ethics and geoengineering' (2015) 29 Ocean Yearbook, 61–84.
Author: Elise Johansen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Our oceans are suffering under the impacts of climate change. Despite the critical role that oceans play in climate regulation, international climate law and the law of the sea are developed as two different, largely separate, legal regimes. The main objective of this book is to assess how the law of the sea can be interpreted, developed and applied to support the objectives of the United Nations Climate Regime. By identifying the potential and constraints of the law of the sea regime in supporting and complementing the climate regime in the mitigation of and adaptation to climate change, this book offers a new perspective on the law of the sea and its capacity to evolve to respond to systemic challenges, and its potential to adapt and ensure a resilient and sustainable future.
Western Pacific purse seine fishery , 22 Marine Policy ( 1 ) 1-28 ( 1998 ) . ZAHAR , D. , The Timor Gap Treaty , 29 Proceedings of the Law of the Sea Institute Annual Conference 597-603 ( 1997 ) . MAGNO , FRANCISCO A. , Environmental ...
Author: Ko Swan Sik
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
The "Asian Yearbook of International Law" is the first publication dedicated primarily to international law as seen from an Asian perspective. It provides international law articles written by experts from the region and other articles relating to Asian topics. The editorial board, national correspondents, advisory council, and governing board comprise a diverse group of academics and government officials from a wide range of countries and positions. The "Asian Yearbook of International Law" offers a number of useful features: - articles;- notes; - legal materials (such as the state practice in a number of Asian countries and participation in multilateral treaties); - Asia and international organizations; - chronicle of events for the covered year; - literature (including book reviews and a bibliography); - selected documents (treaties, agreements, and other relevant primary documents); and - an index. Its range of features assures that the "Yearbook" comprehensively covers the critical events, legislation, and issues of the past year and that users can easily access all of this information. Academics and practitioners who deal with international public law in Asia will appreciate this unique, complete resource. The "Asian Yearbook of International Law" provides insight into Asian views and practices, especially for non-Asian readers, and also promotes the dissemination of knowledge of international law in Asia. Some of the topics covered in this volume: the secession of Bangladesh in international law; the Asian Development Bank Administrative Tribunal; port state control: a comment on the Tokyo MOU; maritime jurisdiction over vessel-source pollution in the EEZ: the Chinese experience.
Ice-Covered Areas under the Law of the Sea Convention: How Extensive are Canada's Coastal State Powers in the Arctic? Ocean Yearbook Online 29 (1): 85–124. Macnab, R. 2004. The Outer Limit of the Continental Shelf in the Arctic Ocean.
Author: Ken S. Coates
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Political Science
The Arctic has, for some forty years, been among the most innovative policy environments in the world. The region has developed impressive systems for intra-regional cooperation, responded to the challenges of the rapid environmental change, empowered and engaged with Indigenous peoples, and dealt with the multiple challenges of natural resource development. The Palgrave Handbook on Arctic Policy and Politics has drawn on scholars from many countries and academic disciplines to focus on the central theme of Arctic policy innovation. The portrait that emerges from these chapters is of a complex, fluid policy environment, shaped by internal, national and global dynamics and by a wide range of political, legal, economic, and social transitions. The Arctic is a complex place from a political perspective and is on the verge of becoming even more so. Effective, proactive and forward-looking policy innovation will be required if the Far North is to be able to address its challenges and capitalize on its opportunities.
United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS): A Commentary (C.H. Beck/Hart/Nomos: ... Zink, A. 'The IMO's Ballast Water Management Convention of 2004: A Decade of Evolution and Challenges' (2015) 29 Ocean Yearbook 441.
Author: Alexander Proelss
In Regulating Vessel Discharges on the International and EU Level, Alexander Proelss and Valentin J. Schatz use the examples of scrubber washwater, sewage and ballast water to offer a detailed analysis of the regulation of marine and freshwater pollution caused by discharges from vessels.
52 On shiprider agreements, see Douglas Guilfoyle, Shipping Interdiction and the Law of the Sea (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), 91. 53 Interpol Environmental Security ... Ocean Yearbook Online 29 (2015): 125–43. CEPESCA.
Author: E. Conde
The Handbook of European Security Law and Policy offers a holistic discussion of the contemporary challenges to the security of the European Union and emphasizes the complexity of dealing with these through legislation and policy. Considering security from a human perspective, the book opens with a general introduction to the key issues in European Security Law and Policy before delving into three main areas. Institutions, policies and mechanisms used by Security, Defence Policy and Internal Affairs form the conceptual framework of the book; at the same time, an extensive analysis of the risks and challenges facing the EU, including threats to human rights and sustainability, as well as the European Union’s legal and political response to these challenges, is provided. This Handbook is essential reading for scholars and students of European law, security law, EU law and interdisciplinary legal and political studies.
20 International Law Association, “Piracy: Sea and Air”, Report of the Fifty-fourth Conference, August 23–29, 1970, ... “Piracy and Its Repression under the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention”, Ocean Yearbook, 8 (1989), at 29 and 36–7.
Author: Shicun Wu
Category: Political Science
Maritime security is of vital importance to the South China Sea, a critical sea route for maritime transport of East Asian countries including China. The adjacent countries have rendered overlapping territorial and/or maritime claims in the South China Sea which complicate the situation of maintaining maritime security and developing regional cooperation there. This book focuses on contemporary maritime security in the South China Sea as well as its connected sea area, the Straits of Malacca and Singapore. It identifies and examines selected security issues concerning the safety of navigation, crackdown on transnational crimes including sea piracy and maritime terrorism, and conflict prevention and resolution. In the context of non-traditional security, issues such as maritime environmental security and search and rescue at sea are included. The book explores ways and means of international cooperation in dealing with these maritime security issues.
Report on the Work of the United Nations OpenEnded Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea at Its Eighth Meeting , New York , 25–29 June 2007 * Letter dated 30 July 2007 from the Co - Chairpersons of the ...
Österblom, Het al., “Transnational Corporations as 'Keystone Actors' in Marine Ecosystems” (2015) 10 PLoS One e0127533. ... and Unregulated Fishing and Transnational Crime under International Law” (2015) 29 Ocean Yearbook 144–165.
Author: Richard Caddell
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This collection addresses the central question of how the current international framework for the regulation of fisheries may be strengthened in order to meet the challenges posed by changing fisheries and ocean conditions, in particular climate change. International fisheries law has developed significantly since the 1990s, through the adoption and establishment of international instruments and bodies at the global and regional levels. Global fish stocks nevertheless remain in a troubling state, and fisheries management authorities face a wide array of internal and external challenges, including operational constraints, providing effective management advice in the face of scientific uncertainty and non-compliance by States with their international obligations. This book examines these challenges and identifies options and pathways to strengthen international fisheries law. While it has a primarily legal focus, it also features significant contributions from specialists drawn from other disciplines, notably fisheries science, economics, policy and international relations, in order to provide a fuller context to the legal, policy and management issues raised. Rigorous and comprehensive in scope, this will be essential reading for lawyers and non-lawyers interested in international fisheries regulation in the context of profoundly changing ocean conditions.
Author: Office of Legal AffairsPublish On: 2019-07-26
The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, vol. 29, No. 1 (2014). ______. The evolution of international fisheries law in the island nations of the ... The Yearbook of Polar Law Online, vol. 6, No. 1 (2014). Chen, Chung-Ling.
Author: Office of Legal Affairs
Publisher: United Nations
Compiled by the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs, this bibliography covers 20 subject categories based on the major topics of the United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea. It is intended for the use of those interested in ocean affairs and the law of the sea matters in general and in the UN Convention on the Law in the Sea.
... adopted by consensus.29 Recent failures by the Commission to reach consensus on proposals for marine protected areas that had ... see Cheryle Hislop and Julia Jabour, 'Quality Matters: High Seas MPAs' (2015) 29 Ocean Yearbook 166.
Author: Elisa Morgera
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Research Handbook on International Law and Natural Resources provides a systematic and comprehensive analysis of the role of international law in regulating the exploration and exploitation of natural resources. It illuminates interactions and tensions between international environmental law, human rights law and international economic law. It also discusses the relevance of soft law, international dispute settlement, as well as of various unilateral, bilateral, regional and transnational initiatives in the governance of natural resources. While the Handbook is accessible to those approaching the subject for the first time, it identifies pressing areas for further investigation that will be of interest to advanced researchers.
Rajan , H.P. “ The Legal Regime of Archipelagos ” , 29 German Yearbook of International Law . 1986 , pp . 137–53 . Richardson , E. “ United States Interests and the Law of the Sea ” , 10 Law of the Americas , University of Miami Journal ...
Author: Mohamed Munavvar
This is the first comprehensive study on archipelagic regimes published since the adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea in 1982. The book traces the historical evolution of the archipelagic concept in international law and examines the definition of archipelagos and archipelagic states.
Author: Martha M. RoggenkampPublish On: 2021-05-21
McDonald S and VanderZwaag DL, 'Renewable Ocean Energy and the International Law and Policy Seascape: Global Currents, Regional Surges' (2015) 29(1) Ocean Yearbook 299. Moomaw WR, Verkooijen P and Aggrwal P, 'The Future of the Paris ...
Author: Martha M. Roggenkamp
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
This comprehensive volume of the Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law provides an overview of the major elements of energy law from a global perspective. Based on an in-depth analysis of the energy chain, it offers insight into the impacts of climate change and environmental issues on energy law and the energy sector. This timely reference work highlights the need for modern energy law to consider environmental impacts and promote the use of clean energy sources, whilst also safeguarding a reliable and affordable energy supply.
Ice-Covered Areas under the Law of the Sea Convention: How Extensive are Canada's Coastal State Powers in the Arctic? Ocean Yearbook Online, 29(1), 85–124. doi:10.1163/2211600102901006 Metzger, A. T., Hutchinson, J., & Kwiatkowski, ...
Author: Erokhin, Vasilii
Publisher: IGI Global
Category: Business & Economics
Global interest in the exploration of the Arctic has been growing rapidly. As the Arctic becomes a global resource base and trade corridor between the continents, it is crucial to identify the dangers that such a boom of extractive industries and transport routes may bring on the people and the environment. The Handbook of Research on International Collaboration, Economic Development, and Sustainability in the Arctic discusses the perspectives and major challenges of the investment collaboration and development and commercial use of trade routes in the Arctic. Featuring research on topics such as agricultural production, environmental resources, and investment collaboration, this book is ideally designed for policymakers, business leaders, and environmental researchers seeking coverage on new practices and solutions in the sphere of achieving sustainability in economic exploration of the Artic region.
matters with special laws and regulations to take stringent control over the available Northern Sea Route (NSR) and ... (2015) 29 Ocean Yearbook 85– 124; Donat Pharand, 'The Arctic Waters and the Northwest Passage: A Final Revisit' ...
Author: Robert C. Beckman
Governance of Arctic Shipping: Balancing Rights and Interests of Arctic States and User States examines potential cooperative mechanisms for balancing rights and interests of Arctic States and user States in light of experiences with Southeast Asian cooperative mechanisms.
JL Batongbacal, 'Extended Continental Shelf Claims in the South China Sea: Implications for Future Maritime Boundary Delimitations' (2015) 29 Ocean Yearbook 21. KA Baumert, 'The Outer Limits of the Continental Shelf under Customary ...
Author: Massimo Lando
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The first study of the three-stage approach to maritime delimitation, collating methods from judicial decisions, treaties and scholarship.