By Yoshifumi Tanaka
Taking the North-East Atlantic ocean for instance of local perform, this ebook addresses the twin method of ocean governance in foreign legislations. It examines the interplay among zonal and built-in administration methods and the conservation of marine dwelling assets and marine organic range. The learn examines the constraints of the normal zonal strategy and indicates new percentages for conformity among sovereign states, foreign legislation and sustainable improvement.
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59 R-J. Dupuy stated that ‘mankind’ is a concept of integration. , p. 191. With respect to the signiﬁcance of the emerging concept of ‘mankind’, see P-M. Dupuy, ‘Humanité, communauté et efﬁcacité du droit’, in Humanité et droit international, Mélanges René-Jean Dupuy (Paris, Pedone, 1991) pp. 133–48. 60 T. Kuwahara, Introduction to International Law of the Sea (in Japanese) (Tokyo, Shinzansha, 2002) pp. 214–17. C. Trindade, ‘International A New Perspective on Ocean Governance 15 purports to promote the beneﬁt of mankind as a whole.
It would appear that conservation of marine living resources as well as marine biological diversity may be added to the list of common interests of the international community. 103 G. Scelle, ‘Obsession du territoire’, Symbolae Verzijl (The Hague, Nijhoff, 1958) p. 349. L. Brierly, The Outlook for International Law (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1944) p. 9; C. Tomuschat, ‘International Law: Ensuring the Survival of Mankind on the Eve of A New Century’ (1999) 281 RCADI, p. 57. 24 A Dual Approach to Ocean Governance traditional law of the sea on the basis of the zonal management approach has also focused mainly on the spatial distribution of States’ jurisdiction by dividing the ocean into several sectors.
P. , pp. 72–86; T. ’ (1998) 3 Annuaire du droit de la mer, pp. 13–29 (in particular pp. 21–25). 29 Emphasis added. ICJ Reports 1974, p. 31, para. 72 of the judgment between the United Kingdom and Iceland, and at 200, para. 64 of the judgment between the Federal Republic of Germany and Iceland. 30 Nevertheless, it appears doubtful that the extension of coastal State jurisdiction could resolve problems relating to marine pollution and the conservation of living resources. Such an extension could produce international disputes threatening the integrity of the 1982 LOSC.
A Dual Approach to Ocean Governance (Ashgate International Law Series) by Yoshifumi Tanaka