This is the first systematic assessment of the international 200-mile exclusive economic zone. To date, 145 states have ratified the Law of the Sea Convention, and most have established EEZs. This volume focuses on the specific nature of the EEZ and the construction and evolution of institutions stemming from its introduction, specifically examining developments at local, national and international levels.17th edition. Suva: Fiji Times. Fiji Department of Environment, 1999, Fiji a Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan. Draft for Circulation, FijiBSAP DRAFT.doc; 08/03/99, Department of Environment, Suva. Food and Agriculture Organisation of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Sea Change: The Exclusive Economic Zone and Governance Institutions for Living Marine Resources|
|Author||:||Syma A. Ebbin, Alf H. Hoel, Are Sydnes|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-07-18|