Environmental Governance of the Great Seas
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Environmental Governance of the Great Seas

Law and Effect

  • New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law series

Joseph F.C. DiMento and Alexis Jaclyn Hickman

The great seas contain immense resources and provide invaluable services to humankind, yet their environmental conditions are threatened worldwide. The authors of this comprehensive study provide a rich assessment of the seas and the efficacy of the initiatives governing them, as well as suggestions for improving governance and protection. Case studies of the Baltic, Mediterranean, Black, Caribbean and East Asian seas illustrate the varying degrees of policy success, failure and promise.
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Appendix 1: List of respondents

Joseph F.C. DiMento and Alexis Jaclyn Hickman

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Appendix 1 List of respondents* 1 Emmanuel Adegboyega Ajao, Director of Physical and Chemical Oceanography, Nigerian Institute for Oceanography & Marine Research Ellik Adler, Director of COBSEA, UNEP Raphael Bille, Programme Director, Biodiversity and adaptation to Climate Change: Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) Anne Christine Brusendorff, HELCOM Munyaradzi Chenje, UNEP Head Policy Coordinator, International Relations Connie Chiang, Environmental Specialist: UNDP/GEF/YSLME Emmanuella Doussis, Professor: University of Athens David Dzidzornu, Researcher: Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University Isao Endo, Environmental Economics Officer, UNDP/GEF Yellow Sea Project Kaj Forsins, HELCOM Project Manager Erik Franckx, Professor: Vrije Universiteit Brussel Paolo Galizzi, Associate Clinical Professor of Law & Director, Sustainable Development Legal Initiative (SDLI), Leitner Center for International Law and Justice, Fordham Law School Ariel Gonzalez, Counselor, Permanent Mission of Argentina to UN-Vienna Kaj Granholm, HELCOM Alain Jeudy de Grissac, IUCN Marine Conservation Programme Manager Peter Haas, Professor: University of Massachusetts, Amherst * Some contributing respondents chose not to be listed 183 DIMENTO 9781848443754 PRINT.indd 183 01/08/2012 08:02 184 Environmental governance of the great seas Tatjana Hema, MAP Programme Officer Yves Henocque, IFREMER: Theme Leader Nature & Society, Prospective and Scientific Strategy Division Elizabeth Kirk, Senior Lecturer: University of Dundee Hugh Kirkman, Environmental Consultant, Former COBSEA Director, UNEP Kriangsak Kittichisaree, Ambassador of Thailand to Australia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands & Visiting Professor, University of New South Wales School of Law Tytti Kontula, HELCOM Project Manager Samuli Korpihen, HELCOM Maria Laamanen, HELCOM Cuahtemoc Leon, Environmental Consultant: Caribbean Robin Mahon, Centre for Resource Management...

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