Series: IUCN Environmental Policy and Law Papers Volume: 74
Edited By: Gerd Winter
340 pages, Col figs, tabs
With the growing scarcity of fish resources, instruments of fisheries management become crucial. This publication suggests a legal approach to this issue, and focuses on six case studies, Indonesia, Kenya, Namibia, Brazil, Mexico and the EU.
The case studies are preceded by an analysis of the international law requirements concerning fisheries management, with a focus on fisheries in Exclusive Economic Zones. The final part of the book summarises the case studies and develops a proposal for a 'legal clinic' for fisheries management.
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