Friday, July 31, 2015

New Volume: Ocean Yearbook

The latest volume of the Ocean Yearbook (Vol. 29) is out. Contents include:
  • Issues and Prospects
    • Awni Behnam, The Nexus of Ocean Trade and Climate Change: A Review Essay
  • Law of the Sea and Ocean Governance
    • Jay L. Batongbacal, Extended Continental Shelf Claims in the South China Sea: Implications for Future Maritime Boundary Delimitations
    • Nuwan Peiris, Arctic Sunrise from ITLOS: The Arctic Surprise and in Search of a Balanced Order
    • Karen N. Scott, Engineering the ‘Mis-Anthropocene’: International Law, Ethics and Geoengineering
    • Peter Luttmann, Ice-Covered Areas under the Law of the Sea Convention: How Extensive are Canada’s Coastal State Powers in the Arctic?
  • Living Resources and Coastal Management
    • Anna Antonova, Reforming European Union Participation in Fisheries Management and Conservation on the High Seas
    • Mary Ann Palma-Robles, Tightening the Net: The Legal Link between Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing and Transnational Crime under International Law
    • Cheryle Hislop & Julia Jabour, Quality Counts: High Seas Marine Protected Areas in the Southern Ocean
    • Ofelia Pérez Montero, Pedro Aníbal Beatón Soler, José Abelardo Planas Fajardo, Isabel Poveda Santana & Mirka Morales Hierrezuelo, Gender Approach in the Integrated Coastal Zone Management Program at Sevilla, Cuba
  • Oil and Gas and Renewable Energy
    • Godwin Eli Kwadzo Dzah, Re-Conceptualizing Environmental Governance in Ghana’s Offshore Oil and Gas Development
    • Meinhard Doelle, Offshore Renewable Energy Governance in Nova Scotia: A Case Study of Tidal Energy in the Bay of Fundy
    • Sarah McDonald & David L. VanderZwaag, Renewable Ocean Energy and the International Law and Policy Seascape: Global Currents, Regional Surges
  • Maritime Transport
    • Martin Jes Iversen, René Taudal Poulsen, Henrik Sornn-Friese & Stig Tenold, The Role of National Shipping Policy: A Scandinavian Perspective on Shipping Policies in a Global Economy
    • Nengye Liu, China’s Law and Practice as a Coastal State for the Prevention of Vessel-Source Pollution
    • Joseph Anthony Loot, Implementing the 2006 Maritime Labour Convention in the Philippines: Rules, Organizations, and Prospects
    • Dikdik Mohamad Sodik, The Indonesian Legal Framework on Navigational Aids, Shipping Telecommunications and Ocean Shipping Lanes for Navigational Safety in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore
    • Johanna Yliskylä-Peuralahti, Daria Gritsenko & Jenna Viertola, Corporate Social Responsibility and Quality Governance in Shipping
    • Andreas Zink, The IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention of 2004: A Decade of Evolution and Challenges