ON THE LAW OF THE SEA 2022
Fisheries and the Law of the Sea
in the Anthropocene Era
The ‘Associazione di Consulenza in Diritto del Mare’ (ASCOMARE) is pleased to present the second volume of its Yearbook series on the Law of the Sea, including contributions from international academics and practitioners. This volume focuses on fisheries and the law of the sea in the Anthropocene Era. The book aims to provide an influential legal viewpoint on the way the corpus of rules of international law, including those governing maritime spaces and activities, addresses the multi-level and integrated nature of fisheries-related problems and opportunities in the Anthropocene era.
ASCOMARE is a law of the sea think-thank established in 2018 to conduct research and provide technical assistance on law of the sea matters to public and private entities. The main goal of ASCOMARE is to promote the study of the law of the sea, and facilitate its uniform interpretation and application across maritime regions and States, in accordance with UN Sustainable Development Goal 14c. ASCOMARE is a founding member of the Consortium for the Study of Maritime Affairs and the Blue Economy (CONSMAR), and since 2021, it serves as Secretariat and depository for the Yearbook on the Law of the Sea publication series.
[TABLE OF CONTENTS]
Pietro Consolandi, Mekhala Dave - Haunting Pasts to Flowing Futures: In Search of Oceanic Agency
Óscar Cabello Sarubbi - ITLOS Advisory Opinions and International Law
Mercedes Rosello - Disordered Legal Pluralism and Legal Security in Internationally Shared Fisheries
Kyle Fawkes, Julia Nakamura, Mitchell Lennan - Leveraging International Fisheries Law for Maritime Security in the Anthropocene: Addressing Conflicts in Fisheries
Andrea Longo - The Human Dimension of Fishing Activities: Towards a Broader Meaning of Illegal Fishing?
Chin-Chia Tien - Reflections on the Human-Fish Nexus in the Law of the Sea: Innovations in Legal Doctrine for Sustainable Fisheries
Johanna Sophie Bürkert - The Central Arctic Ocean Fisheries Agreement – Legislating for Resilience? An analysis of the CAOF Agreement from a Socio-Ecological Systems Resilience Perspective
Felipe Morais Santos, Camila Graciola - Development and Innovation in Fisheries and Aquaculture in Brazil: A Legal Analysis
Tullio Scovazzi - The Italian Exclusive Economic Zone
Pierandrea Leucci - Enforcement Jurisdiction Against Ships Without Nationality Fishing on the High Sea
Pierandrea Leucci, Ilaria Vianello - Concluding Remarks