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close this bookOcean Governance: Sustainable Development of the Seas (UNU, 1994, 369 pages)
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View the documentI. General
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close this folderOpening addresses
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View the documentMr Maurice strong, UNEP (Dr Alicia Barcena, UNCED, on behalf of Mr Strong)
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close this folderPart I: The existing framework for ocean governance
close this folderThe united nations convention on the law of the sea: sustainable development and institutional implications
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close this folderExisting institutional framework and mechanisms
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close this folderThe significance and cost of ratification of the law of the sea convention 1982
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close this folderThe role of indigenous peoples in ocean governance
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View the documentSharing the ocean's bounty in a spirit of kinship and harmony
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close this folderPart II: Ocean governance: National level
close this folderNew structures for decision-making in integrated ocean policy
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close this folderEnvironmental accounting and valuation in the marine sector
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close this folderAddendum: A reaction from Max Börlin
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close this folderNational case-studies: India and Japan
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View the documentSome observations on mechanisms for decision-making and the execution of an integrated ocean policy in Japan (Tsutomu Fuse)
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close this folderPart III: Ocean governance: Regional level
close this folderThe regional seas programme - Integrating environment and development: The next phase
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close this folderFisheries efficiency, resources conservation effectiveness, and institutional innovations
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close this folderRegional cooperation in nonliving resources: Joint management zones
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close this folderRegional centres for marine science and technology
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close this folderRegional cooperation in marine sciences
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close this folderRegional case-studies: The Baltic Sea, and Indian Ocean
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View the documentRegional cooperation in science: the Helsinki convention for the Baltic (Nikolaus Gelpke)
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close this folderPart IV: Ocean governance: Global level
close this folderOcean governance and the global picture
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close this folderThe competent international organizations: Internal and external changes
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close this folderInformation and communication on the oceans
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close this folderCollective security and the changing role of navies
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close this folderOcean governance and development: The question of financing
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close this folderAn ocean assembly
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View the documentHighlights of reports from united nations organizations: ocean governance -institutional mechanisms for sustainable development in the oceans
close this folderPacem in Maribus XIX - Background paper
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Notes

1. Minister Guido de Marco of Malta, as quoted in MEDWAVES, News bulletin of the MAP Coordinating Unit. Athens: Spring, 1993.

2. For example, Payoyo, Peter, Dalhousie Law School.

3. For example, MccGwire, Michael, Cambridge University; St John Macdonald, Ronald, University of Toronto.

4. For example, Pardo, Arvid, The Common Heritage (Genoa, Ocean Change Publications, 1993).

5. The World Commission on Environment and Development, Our Common Future (Oxford/ New York, Oxford University Press, 1987).

6. Burnham, James, The Managerial Revolution (New York: Harper & Row, 1952). Burnham stressed, that it is not ownership, but management privileges and profit sharing, that determine power in business.