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Renewables-to-reefs? - Decommissioning options for the offshore wind power industry.
The offshore wind power industry is relatively new but increasing globally, hence it is important that the whole life-cycle is managed. The construction-operation-decommissioning cycle is likely toExpand
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Adaptive value of participatory biodiversity monitoring in community forestry
In the context of action research in community forests, stakeholders' values for biodiversity can be elicited, communicated and understood with the help of a multidimensional conceptual framework.Expand
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Co-location of activities and designations: A means of solving or creating problems in marine spatial planning?
Worldwide demand for energy is growing and predicted to increase by up to three times by 2050. Renewable energy will play a vital role in meeting this demand whilst maintaining global climate changeExpand
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Property Rights and Natural Resources
The use of private property rights to regulate natural resources is a controversial topic because it touches upon two critical issues: the allocation of wealth in society and the conservation andExpand
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The Proposed LOSC Implementation Agreement on Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction and Its Impact on International Fisheries Law
As the development of an implementation agreement on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction gathers pace, it is important to consider howExpand
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The proposed LOSC implementation agreement on areas beyond national jurisdiction and its impact on international fisheries law
As the development of an implementation agreement on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction gathers pace, it is important to consider howExpand
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Integrating natural and social sciences to manage sustainably vectors of change in the marine environment: Dogger Bank transnational case study
The management of marine resources is a complex process driven by the dynamics of the natural system and the influence of stakeholders including policy-makers. An integration of natural and socialExpand
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Refugee Law At Sea
  • R. Barnes
  • Political Science
  • International and Comparative Law Quarterly
  • 1 January 2004
Coping with refugees arriving by sea is a problem that has existed for a number of years.1 Throughout this period the crux of the matter has remained the same, reconciling the humanitarian plight ofExpand
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A critical appraisal of an UK county waste minimisation programme: The requirement for regional facilitated development of industrial symbiosis/ecology
The UK Sustainable Development Strategy requires that society strive to make prudent use of natural resources so as to protect the environment and maintain high and stable levels of economic growthExpand
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Revisiting the Public Right to Fish in British Waters
The public right to fish is a creature of the common law. It underpins the statutory regime of fishing in England, and has influenced fisheries in other common law jurisdictions. With reform ofExpand
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