Global Oceans Governance: New and Emerging Issues
Copyright ©2016 by Annual Reviews. All rights reserved. Increased interest in oceans is leading to new and renewed global governance efforts directed toward ocean issues in areas of food production, biodiversity conservation, industrialization, global environmental change, and pollution. Global oceans governance efforts face challenges and opportunities related to the nature of oceans and to actors involved in, the scale of, and knowledge informing their governance. We review these topics generally and in relation to nine new and emerging issues: small-scale fisheries (SSFs), aquaculture, biodiversity conservation on the high seas, large marine protected areas (LMPAs), tuna fisheries, deep-sea mining, ocean acidification (OA), blue carbon (BC), and plastics pollution.
Campbell, LM; Gray, NJ; Fairbanks, L; Silver, JJ; Gruby, RL; Dubik, BA; Basurto, X
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