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GoJelly – A Gelatinous Solution to Plastic Pollution
The once and future treaty: Towards a new regime for biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction
The current regime governing Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ) as a global commons has resulted in overutilization of fisheries resources and patchwork attempts to regulate resource extraction. States are looking to expand resource extraction in ABNJs, including marine genetic resources, cre...
How to recycle plastic from a global environmental governance perspective
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Ocean futures: Exploring stakeholders' perceptions of adaptive capacity to changing marine environments in Northern Norway
Globally, the projected increase in sea surface temperature is expected to facilitate large changes in the marine food web, affect coastal communities, marine ecosystem goods and services, global fisheries, tourism, aquaculture and others. This ongoing change takes place on different time scales, an...
Ocean plastics and the BBNJ treaty—is plastic frightening enough to insert itself into the BBNJ treaty, or do we need to wait for a treaty of its own?
Marine litter, and plastics in particular, is fast rising to the top of the political agenda at all levels of governance. The popular phrase today, evoked at all political meetings, in all speeches and at all cocktail parties, is that by 2050, there will be more plastics than fish in the ocean. This...
"Resilience to Exogenous Shocks in Environmental Management Regimes in the Arctic: Lessons Learned from Survivors "
Negotiating Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction: Patching Governance Gaps or Starting from Scratch?
This paper explores the process of agenda formation for a new round of negotiations for a biodiversity protection treaty within the framework of regime formation theory, focusing in on what actors favor a new comprehensive treaty as opposed to negotiating to cover the governance gaps within the fram...