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Cassandra M. Brooks

Based on interviews with CCAMLR diplomats and scientists from the 24 Member States to understand the barriers to negotiation and adoption of CCAMLR MPAs proposals, this chapter focuses on the time period through the 2015 CCAMLR annual meeting, and reveals that CCAMLR MPA process has been divisive in recent years. Brooks gives several reasons regarding this divisiveness, including: procedural issues surrounding the MPA policy process; economic trade-offs in the perceived costs and benefits over MPAs and fisheries access; internal institutional issues within CCAMLR (e.g., interpretations of ‘rational use’); and, external issues that occur outside of CCAMLR, yet alter the dynamics of negotiations within CCAMLR (e.g., global level international relations).

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Nengye Liu and Cassandra M. Brooks

The Polar Regions are in their worst time of climate change and increased human pressures. It is also the best time to develop a governance regime that could finally help humanity achieve sustainable management of fisheries. There are hopes and positive signs, but difficulties and problems also exist. This final chapter predicts future governance of Polar marine living resources in the context of technology development, climate change and a shifting geopolitical landscape.

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Cassandra M. Brooks and David G. Ainley

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Edited by Nengye Liu, Cassandra M. Brooks and Tianbao Qin

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Nengye Liu, Cassandra M. Brooks and Tianbao Qin

This book brings together a number of leading and emerging scholars from across the world, including Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Russia, and the United States, from diverse disciplines such as international law, international relations, political science and marine biology as well as a representative from CCAMLR to examine a number of eminent questions that the Polar Regions are facing regarding conservation of marine living resources. The book focuses on a key theme: how to develop governance regimes in the Polar Regions that effectively reconcile human needs and environmental protection. It aims to provide a comprehensive assessment of Polar governance regimes on marine living resources and shed light on the future.

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Edited by Nengye Liu, Cassandra M. Brooks and Tianbao Qin

Bringing together leading scholars from across a diverse range of disciplines, this unique book examines a key question: How can we best conserve marine living resources in the polar regions, where climate change effects and human activities are particularly pressing?