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The International Legal Regime Relating to Marine Protected Areas in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction Identifying and Addressing Gaps

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By: Wen Duan(Author)
396 pages
Publisher: E J Brill
The International Legal Regime Relating to Marine Protected Areas in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction
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The International Legal Regime Relating to Marine Protected Areas in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction identifies the ‘participatory’, ‘competence’ and ‘geographical’ gaps in the international legal regime relating to marine protected areas in areas beyond national jurisdiction and provides insight into how to address these gaps. The book concludes that the gaps can be addressed only to a limited extent under the current international legal framework; however, the prospective international legally binding instrument on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction might well make further contributions.

Contents

Acknowledgments
List of Abbreviations

1 Introduction
      1.1 Introduction
      1.2 Defining MPAs in ABNJ
      1.3 International Legal Regime Relating to MPAs in ABNJ
      1.4 Research Questions and the Structure of the Book
      1.5 Research Methodology

2 The Establishment and Management of MPAs in  ABNJ under Existing Legal Regimes
      2.1 Introduction
      2.2 MPAs in ABNJ in the Southern Ocean
      2.3 OSPAR High Seas MPAs
      2.4 SPAMIs in ABNJ under the Barcelona Convention/ SPAs Protocol
      2.5 Discussion

3 General Obligations and Principles in Relation to MPAs in ABNJ
      3.1 Introduction
      3.2 The Obligation to Protect and Preserve the Marine Environment
      3.3 The Obligation to Cooperate in Marine Environmental Protection
      3.4 The Obligations to Conserve and Cooperate in the Conservation of Living Resources of the High Seas
      3.5 The Obligation to Establish Protected Areas as provided in Article 8 of CBD
      3.6 General Principles Relevant to MPAs in ABNJ
      3.7 Concluding Remarks

4 Do the Establishment and Management of MPAs in ABNJ under Existing Treaty Regimes Have Legal Effects on Third States?
      4.1 Introduction
      4.2 Implications of the Principle of the Freedom of the High Seas
      4.3 Implications of the Pacta Tertiis Principle
      4.4 Possible Legal Bases for Obligating Third States to Comply with the Decisions and Measures relating to MPAs in ABNJ under a Treaty Regime
      4.5 Ensuring Compliance with Associated Management Measures of MPAs in ABNJ by Third States
      4.6 Concluding Remarks

5 Regime Interactions in Respect of MPAs in ABNJ
      5.1 Introduction
      5.2 Defining Regime Interaction
      5.3 Regime Interactions in Respect of OSPAR HSMPAs
      5.4 Regime Interactions in Respect of MPAs in the Southern Ocean
      5.5 Regime Interactions in Respect of SPAMIs Covering the High Seas
5.6 Conclusion

6 Possible Future Arrangements for the Establishment and Management of MPAs in ABNJ under the Prospective ILBI
      6.1 Introduction
      6.2 Scope and Objectives of MPAs under the ILBI
      6.3 Relationship to Relevant Instruments, Frameworks and Bodies
      6.4 The Process in Relation to the Establishment of MPAs
      6.5 The Implementation of Measures Relating to MPAs under the ILBI
      6.6 The Monitoring and Review of the MPAs under the ILBI
      6.7 Concluding Remarks

7 Conclusions
      7.1 Introduction
      7.2 Key Findings of the Research and Answers to the Research Question
      7.3 Implications of this Book for the Field of Public International Law/International Law of the Sea
      7.4 Future Research Areas

Annex I Bibliography
      Books, Book Chapters
      Journal Articles and Research Papers
      Policy Briefs and Other Resources (including Online Resources)
Annex II International Instruments
      International Treaties and Treaty-Related Instruments
      Official Documents
Annex III Case Law
Annex IV Summary
Index

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Biography

Wen Duan, PhD (2021), Utrecht University, is a lecturer in international law at the Law School of Hainan University. He has published a number of articles on biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction and marine protected areas in areas beyond national jurisdiction, including, Three Structural Pillars of the Future International Legally Binding Instrument on the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity beyond National Jurisdiction (co-authored with Blanchard and Spijkers) (in Ribeiro et al. eds., Global Challenges and the Law of the Sea, 2020).

New
By: Wen Duan(Author)
396 pages
Publisher: E J Brill
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