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Protecting the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources of Pollution

Towards Effective International Cooperation

by Daud, Ph.D. Hassan

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International environmental law,
  • Pollution & threats to the environment,
  • Marine pollution,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Environmental,
  • International cooperation,
  • Law and legislation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7990981M
    ISBN 100754646017
    ISBN 109780754646013

    Determined to cooperate closely in taking the appropriate measures to protect the marine environment of the Wider Caribbean Region against pollution from land-based sources and activities, Further recognising the need to encourage national, sub-regional and regional actionFile Size: KB. The LBS, or Land-Based Sources Protocol, was a response to the insights gained from this assessment and other evidence identifying the main point sources of marine pollution in the Convention Area. The protocol was adopted to the Cartagena Convention in , and entered into force in

      Lattemann S, Höpner T () Impacts of seawater desalination plants on the marine environment of the Gulf. In: Abuzinada AH, Barth HJ, Krupp F et al. (eds.) Protecting the Gulf’s marine ecosystems from pollution, Birkhäuser, Basel Google ScholarCited by: Abstract. Title 1: Protecting the Marine Environment from Land Based Sources Pollution: Towards Effective International Cooperation (Ashgate, Aldershot, UK, ) (ISBN Number 0 7) (Book) PP + This book provides valuable insights towards an effective cooperative arrangement for controlling Land based sources of marine pollution (LBSMPAuthor: D Hassan.

      Pollution from land based sources remains one of the most pressing threats to the health, resilience and services of the marine environment. The solutions are complex, demanding multilateral, collaborative and proactive policy responses, ranging from education and awareness campaigns, to financial and economic incentives, to legislative and regulatory regimes Author: David Osborn. The Development Protect the Marine Environment from Land-based Pollution: The Effectiveness of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority in Managing the Effects of Tourism on The sources of land-based marine pollution are varied and can be attrib- uted to a wide range of human activities. A comprehensive listing is pro-File Size: 1MB.


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Protecting the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources of Pollution by Daud, Ph.D. Hassan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Global findings estimate that 80 per cent of marine pollution originates from land-based sources and is trans-boundary in nature. These problems persist in spite of a number of legal and policy initiatives taken to protect the marine by: Book Description.

Global findings estimate that 80 per cent of marine pollution originates from land-based sources and is trans-boundary in nature.

These problems persist in spite of a number of legal and policy initiatives taken to protect the marine environment. Global findings estimate that 80 per cent of marine pollution originates from land-based sources and is trans-boundary in nature. These problems persist in spite of a number of legal and policy initiatives taken to protect the marine environment.

This volume explores the applications and shortcomings of current international regimes in addressing these issues. Get this from a library. Protecting the marine environment from land-based sources of pollution: towards effective international cooperation.

[Daud Hassan] -- "Global findings estimate that 80 per cent of marine pollution originates from land-based sources and is trans-boundary in nature. These problems persist in spite of a number of legal and policy.

Hassan, D., Protecting the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources of Pollution: Towards Effective International Cooperation (Farnham, Ashgate, ). Kirk, E. A., ‘ Noncompliance and the Development of Regimes Addressing Marine Pollution from Land-Based Activities ’ () 39 ODIL pp.

– Protecting the Marine Environment From Land-Based Sources of Pollution. DOI link for Protecting the Marine Environment From Land-Based Sources of Pollution. Protecting the Marine Environment From Land-Based Sources of Pollution book. Sources and effects of lbsmp --Problems and issues in lbsmp control --International principles for lbsmp management --The global framework for land- based sources of marine pollution control --Regional frameworks for land-based sources of marine pollution control --Land based marine pollution control in the Bay of Bengal region: a case study.

Land-based sources of pollution are estimated to be the source of approximately eighty percent of all marine pollution. In Protecting the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources of Pollution: Towards Effective International Cooperation, Daud Hassan outlines the major sources of Land-Based Sources of Marine Pollution (LBSMP), examinesAuthor: David VanderZwaag.

Abstract. Land-based sources of pollution are estimated to be the source of approximately eighty percent of all marine pollution.

In Protecting the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources of Pollution: Towards Effective International Cooperation, Daud Hassan outlines the major sources of Land-Based Sources of Marine Pollution (LBSMP), examines the current legal framework Author: David VanderZwaag.

Protecting the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources of Pollution: Towards Effective International Cooperation, by Daud Hassan. Hampshire, UK, Ashgate, ISBN: Author: Xuan Quynh Le. PROTECTING THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT FROM LAND-BASED SOURCES OF MARINE POLLUTION: TOWARDS AN EFFECTIVE COOPERATIVE INTERNATIONAL ARRANGEMENT A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY from UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG by S.M.

DAUD HASSAN, LL.M. Land-based sources of pollution are estimated to be the source of approximately eighty percent of all marine pollution. In Protecting the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources of Pollution: Towards Effective International Cooperation, Daud Hassan outlines the major sources of Land-Based Sources of Marine Pollution (LBSMP), examines the current legal framework for control Author: David VanderZwaag.

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Protecting the marine environment from land-based sources of marine pollution: towards an effective cooperative International arrangement S.M Daud Hassan University of Wollongong Unless otherwise indicated, the views expressed in this thesis are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Wollongong.

Protecting the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources of Pollution: Towards Effective International Co-operation Article January with 50 Reads How we measure 'reads'. from land-based sources need to be strengthened on a national and a regional basis; BEING AWARE of Articles, and of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (); and the Montreal Guidelines for the Protection of the Marine Environment against Pollution from Land-Based Sources (); andFile Size: KB.

The major threats to the health, productivity and biodiversity of the marine environment result from human activities on land, both in coastal areas and further inland. About 80 percent of the pollution load in the oceans originates from land-based activities such as municipal, industrial, and agricultural wastes and run-off, and from atmospheric deposition.

Title 1: Protecting the Marine Environment from Land Based Sources Pollution: Towards Effective International Cooperation (Ashgate, Aldershot, UK, ) (ISBN Number 0 7) (Book) PP + This book provides valuable insights towards an effective cooperative arrangement for controlling Land based sources of marine pollution (LBSMP)Cited by:   PDF Download Protecting the Marine Environment from LandBased Sources of Pollution Towards Effective Download Online.

Protecting the Marine Environment from Land-Based Sources of Pollution: Towards Effective International Co-operation in The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law Author: David Ong 1Cited by: 1.

Annex I Strategies for protecting, preserving and enhancing the quality of the marine environment Introduction In controlling marine pollution from land. based sources, an overall approach to the uses and the natural values of the marine en. vironment should be taken, while still con-s[dering the needs of populations and In- dustries for waste Cited by: 8.Over the next two decades, Regional Seas programmes around the world have established similar agreements, guided largely by the Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-based Activities (GPA), which works to identify the sources of land-based pollution or harmful activities, and prepares priority.Roughly 80 percent of marine pollution originates on land.

To address this challenge, strong and coordinated action is needed. UN Environment Programme contributes to tackling land-based pollution by hosting the Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-based Activities (GPA).

Initially, the GPA tackled nine source categories of pollution .