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Sustainable management of the sea : identifying a body of sustainable management jurisprudence composed of law of the sea doctrine and New Zealand state practicee

Robert Makgill (UGent)
(2019)
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Mr Makgill's thesis is that ‘sustainable management of the sea’ can be identified as a body of jurisprudence composed of law of the sea doctrine and New Zealand State practice. The principle of sustainable management is put forward as having conceptually evolved through classical and renaissance philosophy, natural law theories of the commons, 18th to 20th century law of the sea doctrine, UNCLOS, the Brundtland Report, and New Zealand legislation to comprise an overarching normative goal for proposed use and development of the marine environment. Moreover, it is contended that the principle's prioritisation of scientific information on the receiving environment and the environmental effects of proposed activities, in favour of resource allocation or distributive justice, provides a more robust approach to the governance of the marine ecosystems as compared to the principle of sustainable development. Mr Makgill is a New Zealand Barrister who practices public and environmental law. He appeared as counsel before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (Seabed Disputes Chamber) in the Seabed Mining Advisory Opinion and numerous national proceedings concerning use and development of the territorial sea, exclusive economic zone, and continental shelf.
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Law of the Sea, sustainable management of teh sea, New Zealnd

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MLA
Makgill, Robert. Sustainable Management of the Sea : Identifying a Body of Sustainable Management Jurisprudence Composed of Law of the Sea Doctrine and New Zealand State Practicee. Ghent University. Faculty of Law and Criminology, 2019.
APA
Makgill, R. (2019). Sustainable management of the sea : identifying a body of sustainable management jurisprudence composed of law of the sea doctrine and New Zealand state practicee. Ghent University. Faculty of Law and Criminology, Ghent, Belgium.
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Makgill, Robert. 2019. “Sustainable Management of the Sea : Identifying a Body of Sustainable Management Jurisprudence Composed of Law of the Sea Doctrine and New Zealand State Practicee.” Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University. Faculty of Law and Criminology.
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Makgill, Robert. 2019. “Sustainable Management of the Sea : Identifying a Body of Sustainable Management Jurisprudence Composed of Law of the Sea Doctrine and New Zealand State Practicee.” Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University. Faculty of Law and Criminology.
Vancouver
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Makgill R. Sustainable management of the sea : identifying a body of sustainable management jurisprudence composed of law of the sea doctrine and New Zealand state practicee. [Ghent, Belgium]: Ghent University. Faculty of Law and Criminology; 2019.
IEEE
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R. Makgill, “Sustainable management of the sea : identifying a body of sustainable management jurisprudence composed of law of the sea doctrine and New Zealand state practicee,” Ghent University. Faculty of Law and Criminology, Ghent, Belgium, 2019.
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