Saturday, December 26, 2020

New Volume: Yearbook of Polar Law

The latest volume of the Yearbook of Polar Law (Vol. 12, 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Guy Green, Celebration of 60th Anniversary of Adoption of the Antarctic Treaty
  • Marie Jacobsson, The Fundamental Principles of Polar Law
  • David Leary, Blue Ice, Meteorites, Fossil Penguins and Rare Minerals: The Case for Enhanced Protection of Antarctica’s Unique Geoheritage – An International Legal Analysis
  • Katharina Heinrich, Biological Prospecting in Antarctica – A Solution-Based Approach to Regulating the Collection and Use of Antarctic Marine Biodiversity by Taking the BBNJ Process into Account
  • Osamu Inagaki, Legal Issues concerning DROMLAN under the Antarctic Treaty System
  • Sakiko Hataya, Legal Implications of China’s Proposal for an Antarctic Specially Managed Area (ASMA) at Kunlun Station at Dome A
  • Trevor Daya-Winterbottom, An Overview of the Antarctic Treaty System and Applicable New Zealand Law
  • Xueping Li, The Déjà vu System of International Trusteeship in Continental Antarctica: A Textual Analysis
  • Lynda Goldsworthy, Finding the ‘Conservation’ in the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources
  • Denzil Miller & Elise Murray, Compliance Evaluation and Sustainable Resource Management in the CCAMLR
  • Alan D. Hemmings, Challenges to Substantive Demilitarisation in the Antarctic Treaty Area
  • Timo Koivurova, Lessons from the Finland’s Chairmanship of the Arctic Council: What Will Happen with the Arctic Council and in General Arctic Governance
  • Andrew Serdy, The Long Grass at the North Pole
  • Jan Jakub Solski, New Russian Legislative Approaches and Navigational Rights within the Northern Sea Route
  • Barry S. Zellen, Global Co-management and the Emergent Arctic: Opportunities for Engagement and Collaboration between Arctic States, Indigenous Permanent Participants, and Observers on the Arctic Council
  • Jóhann Sigurjónsson, Some Icelandic Perspectives on the Agreement to Prevent Unregulated High Seas Fisheries in the Central Arctic Ocean
  • Hema Nadarajah, Prevalence of Soft Law in the Arctic
  • Rachael Lorna Johnstone, From the Indian Ocean to the Arctic: What the Chagos Archipelago Advisory Opinion Tells Us about Greenland
  • Romain Chuffart, Sakiko Hataya, Osamu Inagaki, & Lindsay Arthur, Assessing Japan’s Arctic Engagement during the ArCS Project (2015–2020)
  • Johnny Grøneng Aase, Henrik Hyndøy, Agnar Tveten, Ingrid Hjulstad Johansen, Hege Imsen, Eirik Veum Wilhelmsen, Trude Duelien Skorge, Alfred Ingvar Halstensen, Arne Johan Ulven, & Jon Magnus Haga, The Polar Code and Telemedicine
  • Anna Petrétei, Corporate Behaviour towards the Upholding of Human Rights – Exploring the Possibilities of Human Rights Impact Assessment in the Sápmi Region
  • Yu Cao, Communities’ Reflections on Oil Companies’ Corporate Social Responsibility Activities in Utqiaġvik, Alaska
  • Alexandra L. Carleton, Ethics of Observation in the Polar Regions
  • Edythe E. Weeks, Lessons from International Space Law: The Role of International Relations in Governing Global Commons Regions