Friday, June 12, 2020

New Volume: Ocean Yearbook

The latest volume of the Ocean Yearbook (Vol. 34) is out. Contents include:
  • Christopher Huggins, John Connolly, Craig McAngus & Arno van der Zwet, Brexit and the Uncertain Future of Fisheries Policy in the United Kingdom: Political and Governance Challenges
  • Bleuenn Gaëlle Guilloux, Ocean and Climate Regime Interactions
  • Rebecca Brown, Dispute Settlement in the Seas: International Law Influences on the Australia-Timor-Leste Conciliation
  • Vasco Becker-Weinberg, Maritime Boundary-making and Improving Ocean Governance in Timor-Leste
  • Felipe Kern Moreira, The Fishing Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the Context of the Global Governance of the Seas
  • Sara Wissmann & Maurus Wollensak, Sometimes Goodbyes are Not Forever: Japan’s Hypothetical Re-accession to the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling
  • Chua Thia-Eng, Chou Loke-Ming & Danilo Bonga, Scaling up Integrative Collaborative Governance towards Sustainable Coastal Development: Contributions of the Integrated Coastal Management System in the East Asian Seas Region
  • Jan-Stefan Fritz, Governing Plastics Pollution in the Ocean: From Anarchy to Mission Orientation
  • Andrew Birchenough & Fredrik Haag, The London Convention and London Protocol and Their Expanding Mandate
  • Ndubuisi Augustine Nwafor, Onyedikachi Josiah Alozie & Kenechukwu C. Mbajiorgu, Evaluating Nigeria’s Position on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions under the 2015 Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Judith Swan, Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing: Are RFMOs Effectively Addressing the Problem?
  • Osvaldo Urrutia & Sebastián Rodríguez Alfaro, The IUU Fishing Vessel Listing Process in the Practice of the South Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Organisation
  • Judy Dwyer, José Benchetrit & Jana Aker, Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fisheries: The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization Experience
  • Hrannar Már Ásgeirsson, Darius Campbell & João Neves, Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing: How the North-East Atlantic Fisheries Commission Addresses the IUU Fishing Challenge – Is It Working?
  • Peter A. Murray & Susan Singh-Renton, Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing: How the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism Addresses the IUU Fishing Challenge – Experiences and Lessons
  • Abdellah Srour, Nicola Ferri & Anna Carlson, The General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean and the Fight against Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing through Better Compliance
  • Henrik Ringbom, Legalizing Autonomous Ships
  • Millicent McCreath, Enhancing Compliance with Shipping Regulations for Environmental Protection in Antarctica
  • Rebecca Prentiss Pskowski, Cradle to Graving-Dock? The Limits of Modern Shipbreaking Reform
  • Desai Shan, The Need to Enhance Marine Occupational Health and Safety in Canada