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International law and marine areas beyond national jurisdiction : reflections on justice, space, knowledge, and power

International law and marine areas beyond national jurisdiction : reflections on justice, space, knowledge, and power

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
De Lucia, Vito, editor. Oude Elferink, Alex G., 1962-, editor. Ngoc Nguyen, Lan, editor.
Title Statement
International law and marine areas beyond national jurisdiction : reflections on justice, space, knowledge, and power / edited by Vito De Lucia, Alex Oude Elferink, and Lan Ngoc Nguyen.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Leiden ;   Boston :   Brill/Nijhoff,   2022.  
Physical Medium
xx, 449 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Publications on ocean development,0924-1922 ; vol.95
ISBN
9789004506350
요약
"The legal regime of marine areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) has received much attention in the last decades. The ongoing process in regards of an agreement on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in ABNJ, initiated in the early 2000s (BBNJ process) is crucial evidence of this. However, this process reflects entrenched interests and political and legal structures, muting other voices and alternative approaches. International Law and Marine Areas beyond National Jurisdiction investigates competing constructions of ABNJ and their role in the creation and articulations of legal principles, which provides a broader perspective on the BBNJ process"--
Content Notes
Areas beyond national jurisdiction--looking at and beyond the BBNJ process / Alex Oude Elfernik, Vito De Lucia, and Lan Ngoc Nguyen -- Ocean commons and an 'ethologica' nomos of the sea / Vita De Lucia -- The nature of legal relations between states under the proposed BBNJ agreement / Nigel Bankes -- Mapping kewy past and current debate on areas beyond national jurisdiction / Tore Henriksen -- Principled challenges between collective interest and individual freedom / Lan Ngoc Nguyen -- Thinking about ocean governance-- by whom, for whom? / Margherita Poto -- Finding a home for BBNJ --the CBD, the LOSC, and the General Assembly complementary alternatives? / Alex Oude Elfernik and Baine Kerr -- Protecting the environment of ABNJ through marine protected areas and area-based management tools-Is the glass half empty or half full and whose glass is it anyway? / Alex Oude Elfernik -- The relevance of the human right to science for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction- a new legally binding instrument to support co-production of ocean knowledge across scales / Elisa Morgera -- 'The construction of ocean space of areas beyond national jurisdiction a fisheries perspective' / Richard Barnes -- Ships in ABNJ- broadening jurisdictional opportunities for non-flag states / Henrik Ringbom -- Imagining a polycentral institutional governance for marine areas beyond national jurisdiction / Kristine Kraabel -- Dispute settlement in areas beyond national jurisdiction / Joanna Mossop -- The legal regime of areas beyond national jurisdiction viewed through the lenses of power, knowledge, justice, and space / Lan Ngoc Nguyen, Alex Oude Elfernik, and Vito De Lucia.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Marine resources conservation --Law and legislation. Marine resources development --Law and legislation. Marine biodiversity conservation --Law and legislation. Law of the sea. Environmental law, International.
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520 ▼a "The legal regime of marine areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) has received much attention in the last decades. The ongoing process in regards of an agreement on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in ABNJ, initiated in the early 2000s (BBNJ process) is crucial evidence of this. However, this process reflects entrenched interests and political and legal structures, muting other voices and alternative approaches. International Law and Marine Areas beyond National Jurisdiction investigates competing constructions of ABNJ and their role in the creation and articulations of legal principles, which provides a broader perspective on the BBNJ process"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
650 0 ▼a Marine resources conservation ▼x Law and legislation.
650 0 ▼a Marine resources development ▼x Law and legislation.
650 0 ▼a Marine biodiversity conservation ▼x Law and legislation.
650 0 ▼a Law of the sea.
650 0 ▼a Environmental law, International.
700 1 ▼a De Lucia, Vito, ▼e editor.
700 1 ▼a Oude Elferink, Alex G., ▼d 1962-, ▼e editor.
700 1 ▼a Ngoc Nguyen, Lan, ▼e editor.
830 0 ▼a Publications on ocean development ; ▼v vol.95.
945 ▼a ITMT

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Contents information

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments and Preface


List of Figures and Tables


Table of Acronyms


Notes on Contributors


Table of Cases


Table of Treaties


1 Areas beyond National Jurisdiction - Looking at and beyond the bbnj Process

Alex Oude Elferink , Vito De Lucia and Lan Ngoc Nguyen



2 Ocean Commons and an ''Ethological'' Nomos of the Sea

Vito De Lucia



3 The Nature of Legal Relations between States under the Proposed bbnj Agreement

Nigel Bankes



4 Mapping Key Past and Current Debate on Areas beyond National Jurisdiction

Tore Henriksen



5 Principled Challenges Between Collective Interest and Individual Freedom

Lan Ngoc Nguyen



6 Thinking about Ocean Governance By Whom, for Whom?

Margherita Poto



7 Finding a Home for bbnj - The cbd, the losc, and the General Assembly Complementary Alternatives?

Alex Oude Elferink and Baine Kerr



8 Protecting the Environment of abnj through Marine Protected Areas and Area-based Management Tools Is the Glass Half Empty or Half Full and Whose Glass is It Anyway?

Alex Oude Elferink



9 The Relevance of the Human Right to Science for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity of Areas beyond National Jurisdiction A New Legally Binding Instrument to Support Co-Production of Ocean Knowledge Across Scales

Elisa Morgera



10 ''The Construction of Ocean Space in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction A Fisheries Perspective''

Richard Barnes



11 Ships in abnj - Broadening Jurisdictional Opportunities for Non-flag States

Henrik Ringbom



12 Imagining a Polycentric Institutional Governance for Marine Areas beyond National Jurisdiction

Kristine Kraabel



13 Dispute Settlement in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction

Joanna Mossop



14 The Legal Regime of Areas beyond National Jurisdiction Viewed through the Lenses of Power, Knowledge, Justice and Space

Lan Ngoc Nguyen , Alex Oude Elferink and Vito De Lucia



Index

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