This wholly new edition of the Handbook provides an authoritative examination of international law relating to the protection of the marine environment. Chapters critically engage with current legal issues surrounding activities that harm the marine environment, including marine pollution, seabed activities, exploitation of marine biodiversity and climate change, and with the different legal tools and mechanisms, including environmental impact assessments and compliance and dispute settlement mechanisms, used to protect the marine environment. New chapters also address legal issues relating to the role of technology and marine scientific research as well as the application of principles such as public participation.
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Rayfuse, R., Jaeckel, A., & Klein, N. (2023). Research handbook on international marine environmental law (2nd edition). Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing.
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- Environmental Standards for Deep Seabed Mining