UNCLOS and regional action for protection of the marine environment : perspectives of the South Asian Seas region
Karim, Saiful (2008) UNCLOS and regional action for protection of the marine environment : perspectives of the South Asian Seas region. (BIIS) Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies Journal (BIISS), 29(4), p. 415.
In very clear language the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) calls upon the parties to initiate regional action for protection of marine environment. Although the UNCLOS gives special recognition in various ways to developing countries, the South Asian developing countries continue to encounter some bottlenecks in complying with the provisions of the Convention relating to marine environment. Against this backdrop, this paper tends to examine the need for a regional approach towards conservation of marine environment. Moreover, the paper aims to explore possible ways to establish a regional legal framework for conservation of marine environment in South Asian region. In doing so, the paper critically examines existing mechanisms already in place including the South Asian Seas Programme and South Asian Seas Action Plan
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