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The International Law of the Sea
The law of the sea provides for the regulation, management and governance of the ocean spaces that cover over two-thirds of the Earth's surface. This book provides a fresh explanation of theExpand
Ocean Acidification: A Litmus Test for International Law
Ocean acidification, the changing chemistry of the oceans as a result of the absorption of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, is caused by the atmospheric pollutant that is also the main driver ofExpand
Multiple International Courts and the 'Fragmentation' of International Environmental Law
A hallmark of contemporary international litigation is that it takes place in an array of adjudicative institutions including permanent courts, ad hoc arbitral tribunals, regional courts, and bodiesExpand
The Antarctic Treaty System and the Anthropocene
Abstract Despite Antarctica’s isolation, the Anthropocene’s signature is inscribed deeply there, from the ozone hole etched in the southern sky to the cleaving of the ice shelves into the SouthernExpand
The impact of the US retreat from the Paris Agreement: Kyoto revisited?
ABSTRACT The United States’ decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement (pending possible re-engagement under different terms) may have significant ramifications for international climate policy,Expand
Illegal Southern Ocean Fishing And Prompt Release: Balancing Coastal And Flag State Rights And Interests
A feature of the new law of the sea introduced by the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (LOS Convention),1 was the capacity for coastal states to assert vast maritime claims overExpand
The International Law of Climate Change
This issue of the Australian International Law Journal('AILJ') engages with a challenge that will dominate international law and legal institutions throughout this century--climate change. We areExpand