Implementing the Environmental Protection Regime for the Antarctic

Implementing the Environmental Protection Regime for the Antarctic

by D. Vidas (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9780792366102
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 09/30/2000
Series: Environment & Policy , #28
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
Pages: 448
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.45(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors. Preface and Acknowledgements. List of Abbreviations. Introductory Overview. 1. Entry into Force of the Environmental Protocol and Implementation Issues: An Overview; D. Vidas. Part I: Issues of Jurisdiction, Control and Enforcement. 2. Means and Methods of Implementation of Antarctic Environmental Regimes and National Environmental Instruments: An Exercise in Comparison; W. Bush. 3. Port State Jurisdiction in Antarctica: A New Approach to Inspection, Control and Enforcement; F. Orrego Vicuña. 4. Regulating Tourism in the Antarctic: Issues of Environment and Jurisdiction; M.G. Richardson. Part II: Institutional Support to the Implementation of the Protocol. 5. Institutional Issues for the Antarctic Treaty System with the Protocol in Force: An Overview; J. Berguño. 6. The Committee for Environmental Protection: Its Establishment, Operation and Role within the Antarctic Treaty System; O. Orheim. 7. Establishment of an Antarctic Treaty Secretariat: Pending Legal Issues; F. Francioni. 8. The ATS on the Web: Introducing Modern Information Technology in Antarctic Affairs; D. Vidas, B. Njåstad. Part III: Normative support to the Implementation of the Protocol: An Antarctic Liability Regime. 9.Liability Annex or Annexes to the Environmental Protocol: A Review of the Process within the Antarctic Treaty System; M. Skåre. 10. The Legal Need for an Antarctic Environmental Liability Regime; R. Lefeber. 11. The Prospects for an Antarctic Environmental Liability Regime; R. Lefeber. Part IV: Relationship with OtherInternational Instruments and Arrangements. 12. Relationship between the Environmental Protocol and UNEP Instruments; D.R. Rothwell. 13. Towards Guidelines for Antarctic Shipping: A Basis for Cooperation between the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Parties and the IMO; T. Scovazzi. 14. The Antarctic Continental Shelf Beyond 200 Miles: A Juridical Rubik's Cube; D. Vidas. 15. CCAMLR and the Environmental Protocol: Relationships and Interactions; R.A. Herr. Part V: Implementing the Protocol Domestically: The Consultative Parties' Legislation and Practice (selected case studies). 16. Implementing the Environmental Protocol Domestically: An Overview; K. Bastmeijer. 17. Australian Implementation of the Environmental Protocol; W. Bush. 18. Implementation of the Antarctic Environmental Protocol by Chile: History, Legislation and Practice; M.L Carvallo, P. Julio. 19. A Self-Executing Treaty? Italian Legislation and Practice in Implementing the Environmental Protocol; L. Pineschi. 20. Norway: Implementing the Protocol on Environmental Protection; B. Njåstad. 21. South Africa: Implementing the Protocol on Environmental Protection; K. Dodds. 22. The United States: Legislation and Practice in Implementing the Protocol; C.C. Joyner.

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