International Law E-Books Online, Collection 2018, ISBN ; 9789004353329.
In Sustainable Ocean Resource Governance an international group of eminent authors offer perspectives on the legal interface between sustainable economic growth, effective marine resource management and urgent environmental protection of the sea by addressing three key issues: deep sea mining, marine energy generation, and seabed pipeline and cable systems. In light of the sectoral nature of current ocean governance and the existing patchwork of management arrangements for the oceans, this book gives insights in search for a coherent and consistent sustainability approach.
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Front Matter Copyright page Foreword: Really a Sea Change? - In Search of a Coherent and Consistent Sustainability Approach List of Contributors Sustainable Ocean Resource Governance - The Wider Horizons Opening Address / Vladimir V. Golitsyn Sustainable Production of Offshore Renewable Energy: A Global Perspective* / Gabriele Goettsche-Wanli Sustainable Energy Generation from the Oceans / Henning Jessen International Environmental Law, Sustainable Generation of Energy from the Ocean and Small Island Developing States in the PacificPacific / David Kenneth Leary Realization of Sustainable Management/Development under the Law of the Sea Convention?* / Rüdiger Wolfrum Toward Sustainable Management of Marine Natural Resources* / Yoshifumi Tanaka Sustainable Management of Ocean Ecosystems: Some Comments* / David Freestone Sustainable Ocean Resource Governance - The Specific Fields of Application The AreaArea: Common Heritage of Mankind, Sponsoring States of Convenience and Developing States* / Edwin Egede State Practice in Deep Seabed Mining: The Case of the People's Republic of ChinaChina* / Keyuan Zou Multinational Corporations and International Environmental Liability: International Subjectivity and Universal Jurisdiction (Backs and Forths after Kiobel)* / Pablo Ferrara OSPARospar and Coastal State Encroachment on High Seas Submarine Cable Freedoms / Douglas R. Burnett.
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Online version: Sustainable ocean resource governance. Leiden ; Boston : Brill/Nijhoff,