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The IMLI Treatise On Global Ocean Governance
Volume III: The IMO and Global Ocean Governance1858
The future of our oceans relies on an expansive legal framework. This third volume in a three part series considers the structure and actions of the International Maritime Organization and is far reaching in its analysis, probing everything from gender equality in the maritime sector to ship-sourced carbon emissions.
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David Joseph Attard, Rosalie P Balkin, Donald W Greig
The 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) remains the cornerstone of global ocean governance. However, it lacks effective provisions or mechanisms to ensure that all ocean space and related problems are dealt with holistica...
David Attard, the General Academic Coordinator and Editor of this series, is the Director of the International Maritime Law Institute and, since 2011, has been a judge at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. He read law at the University of Malta and the University of Oxford, was appointed to the Chair of Public International Law at the University of Malta, and has been a Visiting Professor of International Law at the University of Rome II, a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, as well as a Fullbright Fellow at the Yale Law School. Rosalie Balkin, the academic coordinator of this volume, is a former Director of Legal Affairs and External Relations at the International Maritime Organization. While she held this position she also served as Secretary of IMO's Legal Committee and for a time also as IMO's Assistant Secretary-General. She was previously Assistant Secretary in the Office of International Law at the Federal Attorney-General's Department in Canberra. She has held numerous academic posts, including at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, Melbourne University, New South Wales University, and at the University of Cambridge. Donald Grieg, the Editor of this Volume, is a Barrister of the Middle Temple and of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Emeritus Professor of the Australian National University, as well as an Honorary Fellow of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. He was for many years Editor of the Australian Year Book of International Law, and has held Visiting Professorships at Nottingham and Bristol Universities, Kings College London, and the London School of Economics and Political science. He was the last Menzies Lecturer at University of Virginia Law School in the United States, in succession to two judges of the High Court of Australia, one of whom was its Chief Justice and the other who became Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia.
1: Rosalie Balkin: IMO and Global Ocean Governance: Past, Present, and Future 2: Agustin Blanco-Bazan: IMO: Working within the UNCLOS Framework and Global Ocean Governance 3: Mans Jacobsson: IMO, Liability and Compensation, and Global Ocean Governance 4: Karen Purnell: Major Oil and HNS Spills: Measures Taken by IMO to Promote Global Ocean Governance 5: Chris Trelawny: IMO: Maritime Security - An Essential Feature for Sustainable Maritime Development and Global Ocean Governance 6: Hartmut Hesse: Counter-Piracy Measures Adopted by IMO to Promote Global Ocean Governance 7: Jan De Boer: IMO, Maritime Terrorism-Technical and Legal Measures and Global Ocean Governance 8: Aldo Chircop: IMO's work on Environmental Protection and Global Ocean Governance 9: Edmund Hughes: IMO, Ship-sourced Emissions, Climate Change, and Global Ocean Governance 10: Turid Stemre: Newly Accessible Maritime Environments - the IMO, the Polar Regions, and Global Ocean Governance 11: Lawrence Barchue: IMO, the Audit Scheme, and its Role in Global Ocean Governance 12: Ismael Cobos Delgado: IMO: The Role of Classification Societies in Promoting Global Ocean Governance 13: Pamela Tansey: IMO: Gender Equality, the Promotion of Women in the Maritime Sector, and Global Ocean Governance 14: Jonathan Pace: IMO, Technical Cooperation, and Global Ocean Governance