Principles of International Environmental Law

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9

Oceans and seas

W. Douglas, ‘Environmental Problems of the Oceans: The Need for International
Controls’, 1 Environment Law 149 (1971); L. Caflisch, ‘International Law and Ocean
Pollution: The Present and the Future’, 8 RBDI 7 (1972); J. Schneider, ‘Something
Old, Something New: Some Thoughts on Grotius and the Marine Environment’, 18
Virginia Journal of International Law 147 (1974); J. L. Hargrove (ed.), Who Protects
the Ocean?: Environment and the Development of the Law of the Sea
(1975); E. Mann
Borgese and D. Krieger (eds.), The Tides of Change: Peace, Pollution, and Potential of
the Oceans
(1975); R. Johnson (ed.), Marine Pollution (1976); A. Kiss, ‘La Pollution
du milieu marin’, 38 ZaöRV 902 (1978); G. J. Timagenis, International Control of
Marine Pollution
(1980); K. Hakapaa, Marine Pollution in International Law (1981);
D. M. Johnston (ed.), The Environmental Law of the Sea (IUCN, Environmental
Policy Paper No. 18, 1981); E. Gold, Handbook on Marine Pollution (1985); R. Soni,
Control of Marine Pollution in International Law (1985); J. van Dyke, D. Zaelke
and G. Hewison (eds.), Freedom of the Seas in the 21st Century: Ocean Governance
and Environmental Harmony
(1993); A. Couper and E. Gold (eds.), The Marine
Environment and Sustainable Development
(1993); K. Gjerde and D. Freestone,
‘Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas’, 9 IT’LL 431 (1994) (special issue); L. Lucchini
and M. Voelckel, Le Droit de la mer (1996); H. Ringbom (ed.), Competing Norms
in the Law of Marine Environmental Protection
(1997); UN, Oceans and Law of the
Sea: Report of the Secretary General
(1998); R. Churchill and A. Lowe, The Law of
the Sea
(1999, 3rd edn); J.-P. Beurier, A. Kiss and S. Mahmoudi, New Technologies
and Law of the Marine Environment
(2000); M. Nordquist and J. Norton Moore,
Current Marine Environmental Issues and the International Tribunal for the Law of
the Sea
(2001); S. Marr, The Precautionary Principle in the Law of the Sea–Modern
Decision-Making in International Law
(2003).


Introduction

General rules concerning the protection of the marine environment from pollution are well developed at the regional and global levels, largely as a result of the treaties and other international acts adopted by states since 1972.1 More

1 Marine living resources are addressed in chapter 11, pp. 558–600 below.

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