By Yoshifumi Tanaka
Taking the North-East Atlantic ocean for instance of local perform, this booklet addresses the twin method of ocean governance in overseas legislations. It examines the interplay among zonal and built-in administration ways and the conservation of marine dwelling assets and marine organic variety. The examine examines the restrictions of the normal zonal technique and indicates new probabilities for conformity among sovereign states, foreign legislations and sustainable improvement.
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78 Thus, focus should be on the interrelationship between marine issues. Indeed, the words in Chapter 17 of Agenda 21, ‘approaches that are integrated in content’, appear to suggest that the integrated management approach is cross-sectoral in nature. 79 In this regard, it is welcome that a dynamic treaty network is currently becoming established with respect to a variety of marine affairs. ’ United Nations, Report of the Secretary-General, Oceans and the Law of the Sea, A/58/65, 3 March 2003, p.
Coleman, ‘Integrated Coastal Management: The Role of Law and Lawyers’ (1999) 14 IJMCL, pp. 491–522. 72 The need for an ecosystem approach is often stressed by writers, particularly in the context of the management of marine living resources. J. Molenaar, ‘Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management, Commercial Fisheries, Marine Mammals and the 2001 Reykjavik Declaration in the Context of International Law’ (2002) 17 IJMCL, pp. 561–95; L. Juda, ‘Rio Plus Ten: The Evolution of International Marine Fisheries Governance’ (2002) 33 ODIL, pp.
Il n’y a pas de navigation sans escales, refuges et ravitaillement, ni par conséquent de commerce international, sans unicité de la mer. ’ G. Scelle, ‘Plateau continental et droit international’ (1955) 63 RGDIP, p. 52. See also Scelle, above note 39, p. 279. A New Perspective on Ocean Governance 11 In Scelle’s view, therefore, territorial seas are also part of the ‘domaine public international’. 41 In short, it may be said that the focus of Scelle’s theory is the unity of the ocean as well as its common usage for all.
A Dual Approach to Ocean Governance (Ashgate International Law Series) by Yoshifumi Tanaka