Current efforts at the International Seabed Authority to develop regulations pertaining to the exploitation of deep seabed minerals would benefit from a moment of reflection on the future governance of these resources. As the Area and its resources have been declared a common heritage of mankind, this principle must be taken into account when designing the future governance of activities in the Area.
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- Publication Type
- RIFS Policy Briefs
Christiansen, S., Ginzky, H., Singh, P., & Thiele, T. (2018). The International Seabed – the Common Heritage of Mankind: Recommendations for future governance by the International Seabed Authority. IASS Policy Brief, 2018(2).
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- Projects involved
- Ecological Safeguards for Deep Seabed Mining Deep Seabed Mining - Test Mining and Fair Benefit Sharing