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1 online resource (338 pages) : illustrations.
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS SERIES EDITOR'S PREFACE FOREWORD LIST OF TABLES LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS USED INTRODUCTION CHAPTER II. CONTEXT: THE SOUTH CHINA SEA AND MARINE PROTECTED AREAS CHAPTER III. INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR MARINE PROTECTED AREAS AND NETWORKS OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS CHAPTER IV. REGIONAL COOPERATION RELATING TO MARINE PROTECTED AREAS AND A NETWORK OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA CHAPTER V. MARINE PROTECTED AREAS IN THE NATIONAL LAWS OF CHINA, THE PHILIPPINES AND VIETNAM CHAPTER VI. DEVELOPING A NETWORK OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS UNDER THE MEDITERRANEAN ACTION PLAN: LESSONS FOR THE SOUTH CHINA SEA CHAPTER VII. MOVING FORWARD: OPTIONS.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004266346 20180530
The once pristine and rich marine environment of the South China Sea is degrading at an alarming rate due to the rapid socioeconomic development of the region. Despite this, and due mainly to complicated sovereignty and maritime disputes, coastal States have not been able to develop effective regional cooperation to safeguard the shared marine environment. Marine Protected Areas Network in the South China Sea discusses legal and political measures to support the development of a network of marine protected areas in the South China Sea. Such a network, if properly developed, would not only help to protect the marine environment and resources of the region but also contribute to decreasing the tension among its coastal States. These measures are suggested in accordance with international law, based on the specific geopolitical context of the South China Sea region and take into consideration experiences in developing regional networks of marine protected areas from other marine regions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004266346 20180530
Book
xvi, 318 pages : color maps ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Context : the South China Sea and marine protected areas
  • International legal framework for marine protected areas and networks of marine protected areas
  • Regional cooperation relating to marine protected areas and a network of marine protected areas in the South China Sea
  • Marine protected areas in the national laws of China, the Philippines and Vietnam
  • Developing a network of marine protected areas under the Mediterranean action plan : lessons for the South China Sea
  • Charting future course : possible coordinates.
The once pristine and rich marine environment of the South China Sea is degrading at an alarming rate due to the rapid socioeconomic development of the region. Despite this, and due mainly to complicated sovereignty and maritime disputes, coastal States have not been able to develop effective regional cooperation to safeguard the shared marine environment. Marine Protected Areas Network in the South China Sea discusses legal and political measures to support the development of a network of marine protected areas in the South China Sea. Such a network, if properly developed, would not only help to protect the marine environment and resources of the region but also contribute to decreasing the tension among its coastal States. These measures are suggested in accordance with international law, based on the specific geopolitical context of the South China Sea region and take into consideration experiences in developing regional networks of marine protected areas from other marine regions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004266346 20180530
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xix, 490 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Threatened coasts, communities, and ecosystems : the need for integrated coastal zone management
  • Coastal laws, integrated coastal zone management, and coastal climate change adaptation in South Asia
  • Understanding sustainable coastal development
  • Linking coastal climate change adaptation to an integrated coastal zone management process for sustainable coastal development
  • Coastal law, ICZM, and adapting to sea level rise
  • Law in the service of ICZM and coastal climate change adaptation
  • A regional regime on ICZM and coastal climate change adaptation in South Asia
  • A principled approach to sustainable coastal development in South Asia.
Utilizing the coastal problems of South Asia, including sea level rise, Towards Sustainable Coastal Development: Institutionalizing Integrated Coastal Zone Management and Coastal Climate Change Adaptation in South Asia investigates the role of law and regional regimes in facilitating linkages between integrated coastal zone management and coastal climate change adaptation to contribute to sustainable coastal development.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004282193 20160617
Law Library (Crown)

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