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International Marine Environmental Law and Policy


ISBN13: 9781138651135
Published: August 2018
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £34.99
Hardback edition , ISBN13 9781317230465



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Several disturbing issues pose a threat to the marine environment and its wellbeing, among them marine environmental pollution and degradation of marine biodiversity. Most troubling is that these issues are overwhelmingly caused by human activities which are sometimes transboundary, and their consequences will become more severe and complicated if not properly curbed. Thus, these activities require comprehensive policies, laws, and principles to manage them effectively. Linked to these solutions is the need for responsibilities, cooperation and commitments at local, national, regional and international levels.

Contemporary Marine Environmental Law and Policy presents a thorough appraisal of the main issues, actors and institutions engaged in the legal aspects of marine environmental conservation. With contributions from an international range of authors, the book provides a concise account of the legal and policy framework underlying international marine environmental issues, and of the fundamental concepts and strategies that are important to the protection of the marine environment. Some of the topics explored include: the prevention of marine pollution caused by land based activities, ships, and offshore hydrocarbon and mineral resources exploration; the conservation and management of marine living resources; the marine environment in the polar regions; and the settlement of marine environmental disputes.

This book provides a solid foundation for anyone studying International Environmental Law and the Law of the Sea. It will also appeal to anyone seeking to gain a deeper understanding of this hugely important subject.

Subjects:
Environmental Law
Contents:
Part I: Introduction and General Framework for the International Marine Environmental Law
Chapter 1: Contemporary Issues in the Protection and Conservation of the Marine Environment: An Overview Sandya Nishanthi Gunasekara & Md Saiful Karim
Chapter 2: Ocean Governance and Marine Environmental Conservation: Concepts, Principles, and Institutions Abul Hasanat & Md Saiful Karim

Part II: Prevention of Marine Pollution
Chapter 3: Prevention, Reduction and Control of Marine Pollution from Land Based Sources and Activities Daud Hassan & Stan Palassis
Chapter 4: Prevention, Reduction and Control of Marine Pollution from Ships Mahatab Uddin & Md Saiful Karim
Chapter 5: Control and Prevention of Marine Pollution from Offshore Hydrocarbon and Mineral Resources Exploration and Production Activities Hossein Esmaeili
Chapter 6: Climate change, ocean acidification and the marine environment: challenges for the international legal regime. Tavis Potts
Chapter 7: Marine Spatial Planning and the new frontiers of Marine Governance Niko Soininen & Daud Hassan

Part III: Conservation and Management of Marine Living Resources
Chapter 8: Conservation of Marine Living Resources and Fisheries Management Daud Hassan & Emdadul Haque
Chapter 9: Marine Protected Areas Erika Techera
Chapter 10: Recognition of Indigenous Rights in Governance of Marine Protected Areas: Applying International Law and Australian Experiences Donna Craig
Part IV Polar Regions
Chapter 11: Protection of the Antarctic Marine Environment: dimensions, relationships and fields Tuomas Kuokkanen
Chapter 12: Protection of the Arctic marine environment Timo Koivurova & Nengye Liu

Part V: Settlement of Disputes and Conclusions
Chapter 13: Contemporary Marine Environmental Disputes Daud Hassan & Beatriz Garcia
Chapter 14: Future of International Marine Environmental Law and Policy: Concluding remarks Daud Hassan & Asraful Alam
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