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debate on the legal regime for the exploration and exploitation of ocean resources

Albert W. Koers

debate on the legal regime for the exploration and exploitation of ocean resources

a bibliography for the first decade, 1960-1970

by Albert W. Koers

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Published by Law of the Sea Institute in [Kingston, R.I .
Written in English

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  • Marine resources conservation -- Law and legislation -- Bibliography.

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    Cover title.

    Statementby Albert W. Koers.
    SeriesLaw of the Sea Institute. Special publication -- no. 1., Special publication (Law of the Sea Institute) -- no. 1.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 l.
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14524111M


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[Albert W Koers]   General Assembly Concludes Annual Debate on Law of the Sea Adopting Two Texts Bolstering United Nations Regime Governing Ocean Space, Its Resources, Uses to the exploration and exploitation   Exploration and exploitation of seabed mineral resources 39 Energy facilities (e.g.

wave, solar) 41 Open ocean aquaculture 41 Deep sea tourism (e.g. submersibles to vents, coral reefs, wrecks) 41 Annex II: Key global agreements and UN bodies relevant to marine biodiversity in   Third UN Conference on debate on the legal regime for the exploration and exploitation of ocean resources book Law of the Sea () Although the original impetus for UNCLOS III was the search for petroleum resources beneath the ocean floor, numerous sessions6 cul- minating in an extensive negotiating text7 failed to establish a regime for the exploration and exploitation of petroleum resources beyond ?article=&context=njilb.

For: Investing in further scientific exploration of space is a waste of resources. By Robin Hanbury-Tenison. The amount of money being spent on space research is in the billions and it has achieved extraordinarily little except for a bit of improved technology which would probably have come about anyway by other ://   licensing, exploration, capturing, onboard processing, transportation, loading and unloading of the captures General Regulations Article 62 (4) elaborates the kinds of regulations and laws that coastal States may prescribe for the purposes of conservation and utilization of the living :// Inextricably linked to this co-operation is the question of the rational management of Antarctic resources.

In this book Professor Orrego Vicuna examines in depth the legal framework – the Antarctic Treaty, sovereignty, jurisdiction and the law of the sea – as it relates to the exploitation of Antarctic ://   page 3 th.

Anniversary United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. UNCLOS. these three instruments provide a comprehensive legal. regime   Considering the huge investments associated with oil exploration, the Brazilian system needs the inceptive and investments of the international oil companies to motivate its own industry.

Since the adoption of the Concession regime inthe Concession regime has proven successful. The growth of the oil and gas industry in Brazil and its?sequence=1.

The Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space is the forum for the development of international space law. The Committee has concluded five international treaties and five sets of principles on space-related activities. These five treaties deal with issues such as the non-appropriation of outer space by any one country, arms control, the von der Dunk, Frans G., "Private Pr operty Rights and the Public Interest in Exploration of Outer Spa ce" ().

Space, Cyber, and T elecommunicatio ns Law Program F aculty ://   It has so far approved 28 exploration contracts in the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Oceans, covering more than million square kilometres of ocean floor.

In JanuaryPoland applied for the twenty-ninth exploration contract. Such contracts are held by States parties to UNCLOS and by companies sponsored by those ://   impacting all aspects of the ocean system in different ways, including through illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, overfishing, destructive fishing practices, pollution (including ocean acidification), anthropogenic climate change, or the exploration and exploitation of genetic resources Japan: working paper on conditions of exploration and exploitation: A/CONF/C.1/L Chile: working paper on the economic implications for the developing countries of the exploration of the sea-bed beyond the limits of national jurisdiction: Limited documents of the Second Committee: A/CONF/C.2/L.2   Space law is the body of law governing space-related activities, encompassing both international and domestic agreements, rules, and principles.

Parameters of space law include space exploration, liability for damage, weapons use, rescue efforts, environmental preservation, information sharing, new technologies, and ethics. Other fields of law, such as administrative law, intellectual A selection of relevant publications from the Peace Palace Library collection.

Hlimi, T., "The Next Frontier: an Overview of the Legal and Environmental Implications of Near-Earth Asteroid Mining", Annals of Air and Space Law, 39 (), pp. [Hobe, S.,The International Institute of Space Law adopts Position Paper on Space Resource Mining   The High Seas and the International Seabed.

scribes the geograghic scope of the sea. The second section analyzes the geographic scope of the high seas. The last section presents six agreed legal principles relevant to the seabed debate which - contrary to the tone of much of the debate - constitute a substantial and grow-?article=&context=mjil.

CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g.

) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). The Arctic is a region in the northernmost hemisphere of the Earth. It is known for its extreme environmental conditions, in particular its cold temperatures, high winds, snow, and ice.

Yet, life in this polar region is plentiful and includes both terrestrial and marine organisms. The Arctic Ocean provides for a unique, cold-temperature-adapted ecosystem containing plankton, marine mammals exploitation of those resources, and the fact that only a few States have the financial, technical and human resources to undertake these activities in these areas, the core of the issue The exploitation of natural resources of the Moon and other celestial bodies: a proposal for a legal regime.

Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden () CrossRef Google Scholar van Traa-Engelman, H.L.: Commercial utilization of outer space: law and ://   General Policy Concerns of Space Law. The current National and International agreements, memorandums, treaties and resolutions are based on the policy of cooperative space research and exploration.

At present, the goal of space exploration is not a race to claim resources, but to further the exploration and scientific /space_Law_htm. Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, and the complexities of the sustainable development goals (SDGs) for countries in the Gulf of Guinea Their mandate included aims such as strengthening cooperation and harmonizing policies regarding the exploration and exploitation of the resources in the illegal, unreported, and unregulated The Economics of Exploitation: Indigenous Peoples and the Impact of Resource Extraction by Mark Kernan In George Orwell said that coal mining was the ‘metabolism’ of western ://   regulation of offshore exploration and exploitation, IDDRI, Study N°01/14, 36p (Available in French version).

Scovazzi T., (), “Maritime accidents with particular emphasis on liability and compensation for damage from the exploitation of mineral resources of the seabed”, In de Guttry A. et al (Eds), International disaster response law offshore The international legal framework for deep sea mining: a primer In a radical departure from the tradition of open access and freedom of the high seas, the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) declared the seabed area beyond national jurisdiction (the Area) and its mineral resources as the “common heritage of mankind   [lxvi] ‘General exchange of views on potential legal models for activities in the exploration, exploitation and utilization of space resources’, Report of the Legal Subcommittee on its fifty-seventh session, held in Vienna from 9 to 20 AprilUnited Nations 1.

Introduction. Article of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (LOSC or Convention), 1 declares the international seabed ‘Area’ and its resources to be the ‘common heritage of mankind’ (CHM). This legal status and principle is of fundamental importance to the regime that was developed to manage mineral mining in the Area, and article (6) of the Convention Interest in deep-sea mining began in the mids with the publication of a book by JL Mero entitled The Mineral Resources of The Sea, which suggested that there was a near-limitless supply of The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) remains the cornerstone of global ocean governance.

However, it lacks effective provisions or mechanisms to ensure that all ocean space and related problems are dealt with holistically.

With seemingly no opportunity for revision due to the Conventions burdensome amendment provisions, complementary mechanisms dealing with such Exploration definition is - the act or an instance of exploring. How to use exploration in a ://   The mineral composition of manganese-bearing minerals is dependent on how the nodules are formed; sedimentary nodules, which have a lower Mn 2+ content than diagenetic, are dominated by Fe-vernadite, Mn-feroxyhyte, and asbolane-buserite while diagenetic nodules are dominated by buserite I, birnessite, todorokite, and asbolane-buserite.

The growth types termed diagenetic and hydrogenetic   exploitation of resources located in disputed areas. Other chapters in this book, however, of sea or ocean, measured from the baseline and extending 12 nautical miles (NM) waters, is free to determine the legal regime for exploration and production, and may   The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea was opened for signature at Montego Bay, Jamaica, on 10 December It entered into force on 14 November and is presently binding for States, as well as the European Community (as of 24 July ).

It is considered the “constitution of the oceans” and represents the result of   Antarctic mineral resources was to develop a legal framework within the current ATS that could regulate such activities should mineral exploration and exploitation become feasible.

3 Negotiations for a possible mineral resource regime began in June of in Wellington, New Zealand.'4 Among the principal ?article=&context=gjicl. The study covers the current and latest state of knowledge of deep-sea mining, including the geological potential, the relevant technologies, the economic viability, the environmental implications, the legal regime, and an inventory of ongoing exploration and exploitation :// Legal Order in the World’s Oceans: UN Convention on the Law of the Sea assesses the impact of the Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and many aspects and challenges of modern law of the sea.

The theme was selected in part to celebrate that this conference was the Center for Oceans Law and Policy’s 40th Annual Conference and in part to emphasize the seminal contribution to the ?language=en.

This three-volume work is concerned with the rules of international law governing the exploitation of the energy and mineral resources to be found on and under the sea-bed. Volume 3 complements the previous two volumes by making available a selection of the principal documents referred to in volume 1 The Continental Shelf and volume 2 Sea-Bed ?language=en.

The most widely adopted agreement on space law, the Outer Space Treaty (OST) (), actively promotes international partnerships and peaceful uses of outer space. It also forbids any claims of sovereignty or private property on celestial bodies; however, nothing is explicitly written about the use of resources that can be found there.

Other texts, like the Moon Agreement (), attempted to Regardless of available technology inwater resources planning and managing will continue to take place in a social or political environment, i.e., an environment dominated by humans. Research is needed for an informed debate on the need to pay for the continued existence of something without any need or expectation of using it or seeing ://.

The Development of Outer Space: Sovereignty and Property Rights in International Space Law argues that the res communis principle enshrined in the Outer Space Treaty was misrepresented here, with essential help from corporate lobbyists whose real object was the defeat of the Law of the Sea Convention.

Thomas Gangale builds the legal case for  › Books › Professional & Technical › Professional Science.The last decade has seen a renewed interest in the commercial exploitation of deep seabed minerals located beyond national jurisdiction.

However, the respective responsibilities of deep sea miners and of their sponsoring states in this process have not been clarified short piece argues that international investment law is part of the legal framework applicable to the relationship   and exploitation of, valuable compounds from genetic resources of the seabed beyond national jurisdiction.

It provides an overview of the scientific, legal and policy aspects related to the issue, and explores various policy options that exist to address deep seabed bioprospecting at the international ://