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作者 Palma, Mary Ann
書名 Promoting Sustainable Fisheries : The International Legal and Policy Framework to Combat Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing
出版項 Leiden : BRILL, 2010
©2010
國際標準書號 9789004184466 (electronic bk.)
9789004175754
book jacket
版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (367 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 Legal Aspects of Sustainable Development Ser. ; v.6
Legal Aspects of Sustainable Development Ser
附註 Intro -- Promoting Sustainable Fisheries -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Series Editor's Preface -- Foreword -- Authors -- List of International Instruments -- List of Cases -- List of Abbreviations -- Chapter One Introduction -- 1.1 Concept of IUU Fishing -- 1.1.1 Extent of IUU Fishing -- 1.1.2 Impacts and Causes of IUU Fishing -- 1.2 Legal and Policy Framework to Address IUU Fishing -- 1.2.1 The IPOA-IUU -- 1.2.2 Measures to Address IUU Fishing -- 1.3 Purpose and Outline of the Book -- Chapter Two History and Scope of IUU Fishing -- 2.1 History of IUU Fishing Terminology -- 2.1.1 UNCED and Agenda 21 -- 2.1.2 CCAMLR Sessions -- 2.1.3 UN General Assembly -- 2.1.4 FAO Sessions -- 2.1.5 UN Commission on Sustainable Development -- 2.1.6 IMO Sessions -- 2.1.7 Sydney Experts Consultation Meeting -- 2.1.8 FAO Technical Consultations -- 2.1.9 Joint FAO/IMO Ad Hoc Working Group on IUU Fishing -- 2.1.10 FAO Twenty-Fourth Session -- 2.2 Scope of Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing -- 2.2.1 Definitions of "Fishing" and "Fishing Vessel" -- 2.2.1.1 Fishing Vessel -- 2.2.1.2 Fishing -- 2.2.2 IUU Fishing -- 2.2.2.1 Illegal Fishing -- 2.2.2.2 Unreported Fishing -- 2.2.2.3 Unregulated Fishing -- Chapter Three The International Legal and Policy Framework for Sustainable Fisheries -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 International Fisheries Specific Instruments Supporting the Implementation of the IPOA-IUU -- 3.2.1 Legally Binding Instruments -- 3.2.1.1 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea -- 3.2.1.2 FAO Compliance Agreement -- 3.2.1.3 UN Fish Stocks Agreement -- 3.2.1.4 FAO Port State Measures Agreement -- 3.2.2 Non-binding Instruments -- 3.2.2.1 UN Resolutions on Driftnet Fishing -- 3.2.2.2 The Declaration of Cancun -- 3.2.2.3 The Rome Consensus on World Fisheries -- 3.2.2.4 FAO Code of Conduct -- 3.2.2.5 IPOA-Capacity -- 3.2.2.6 IPOA-Seabirds
3.2.2.7 IPOA-Sharks -- 3.2.2.8 UN Resolutions on Sustainable Fisheries -- 3.2.2.9 FAO Model Scheme on Port State Measures to Combat IUU Fishing -- 3.2.2.10 Rome Declaration on IUU Fishing -- 3.2.2.11 FAO Guidelines -- 3.3 Environment Related Instruments -- 3.3.1 Ramsar Convention -- 3.3.2 CITES -- 3.3.3 Bonn Convention -- 3.3.4 Convention on the Conservation of Biological Diversity -- 3.3.5 Johannesburg Plan of Implementation -- 3.4 Trade Related Agreements -- 3.4.1 GATT 1994 -- 3.4.2 Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade -- 3.4.3 Agreement on Pre-shipment Inspection -- 3.4.4 Agreement on Rules of Origin -- 3.4.5 Agreement on Import Licensing Procedures -- 3.4.6 Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures -- 3.4.7 Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures -- 3.4.8 Draft WTO Rules on Fisheries Subsidies -- 3.5 Maritime Safety and Labour related Agreements -- 3.5.1 Torremolinos Convention and its Protocol -- 3.5.2 STCW-F -- 3.5.3 The 2007 Work in Fishing Convention -- 3.5.4 Voluntary Codes and Guidelines -- Chapter Four All State Measures -- 4.1 General Framework for All State Responsibilities -- 4.2 Ratification and Implementation of International Instruments -- 4.3 Adoption of National Legislation and National Plan of Action -- 4.3.1 Legislative Measures -- 4.3.2 National Plans of Action -- 4.3.3 Regional Plans of Action -- 4.4 State Control over Nationals -- 4.5 Elimination of Economic Incentives -- Chapter Five Flag State Measures -- 5.1 Freedom of the High Seas and Flag State Jurisdiction -- 5.2 Fishing Vessel Registration -- 5.3 Authorisation to Fish -- 5.4 Record of Fishing Vessels -- 5.5 Flag State Enforcement -- Chapter Six Coastal State Measures -- 6.1 General Framework for Coastal State Measures -- 6.2 Coastal State Fisheries Jurisdictional Framework
6.2.1 Coastal State Measures to Combat IUU Fishing in Maritime Zones under Sovereignty -- 6.2.2 Coastal State Measures to Combat IUU Fishing in Maritime Zones under Sovereign Rights -- 6.3 Monitoring, Control and Surveillance -- 6.3.1 Licensing of Fishing Vessels in the EEZ -- 6.3.2 Observer Programmes -- 6.3.3 Vessel Monitoring Systems -- 6.3.4 Requiring Entry and Exit Reports in the EEZ -- 6.4 Enforcement of Fisheries Laws and Regulations -- 6.4.1 Boarding, Inspection, and Arrest of Vessels -- 6.4.2 Hot Pursuit -- 6.4.3 Application of Sanctions -- 6.5 Cooperation with Other States -- Chapter Seven Port State Measures -- 7.1 The Importance of Port States in Addressing IUU Fishing -- 7.2 Application of Port State Measures -- 7.3 Port State Measures to Combat IUU Fishing -- 7.3.1 Advanced Notice of Port Entry -- 7.3.2 Designation of Ports -- 7.3.3 Inspection of Fishing Vessels -- 7.3.4 Enforcement Actions -- 7.3.4.1 Denial of Landing and Transshipment of Fish in Ports -- 7.3.4.2 Denial of Entry into or Use of Port -- 7.3.5 Cooperation with Flag States -- 7.3.6 Other Port State Measures -- Chapter Eight Trade and Market Measures -- 8.1 International Fish Trade and IUU Fishing Concerns -- 8.2 Legal Framework for International Trade and Fisheries -- 8.2.1 International Trade in Fish and Fishery Products under the WTO and FAO -- 8.2.1.1 Maintaining Food Safety and Quality -- 8.2.1.2 Ensuring Food Security -- 8.2.1.3 Sustainable Development and Utilisation of Fisheries Resources -- 8.2.1.4 Promoting International Trade Consistent with WTO Agreements -- 8.2.2 The International Trade of Endangered Aquatic Species under CITES and FAO -- 8.3 Internationally Agreed Market related Measures to Address IUU Fishing -- 8.3.1 Traceability of Fish -- 8.3.2 Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System -- 8.3.3 Trade Related Measures Adopted by RFMOs
8.3.4 Trade Restrictive Measures -- 8.3.5 Other Market Measures -- 8.3.5.1 Eco-labelling of Fish Products -- 8.3.5.2 Market Measures by Private Companies -- 8.3.5.3 Measures to Deter Business with IUU Fishers -- Chapter Nine RFMO Measures to Address IUU Fishing -- 9.1 The Duty to Cooperate and Regional Fisheries Organisations -- 9.2 The Role of Regional Fisheries Organisations in Addressing IUU Fishing -- 9.3 RFMO Measures to Combat IUU Fishing -- 9.3.1 Authorisations to Fish and Transshipment of Fish -- 9.3.2 Record of Fishing Vessels and Vessels Authorised to Transship Fish -- 9.3.3 IUU Vessel Listing -- 9.3.3.1 Listing of Non-Member Vessels -- 9.3.3.2 Vessels Owned or Under the Control of Owners of IUU-listed Vessels -- 9.3.3.3 Procedure for the Listing and Deletion of Vessels on the IUU List -- 9.3.3.4 Record of Fishing Vessels vis a vis IUU Vessel List -- 9.3.3.5 Reciprocal Recognition of IUU Vessel Lists -- 9.3.4 Other Schemes for Non-Member Vessels -- 9.3.5 Regulations on Chartering of Fishing Vessels -- 9.3.6 Vessel Monitoring System -- 9.3.7 Observer Programme -- 9.3.8 Boarding and Inspection -- 9.3.9 Trade Documentation and Catch Certification -- 9.3.10 Trade Restrictive Measures -- 9.3.11 Port State Measures -- 9.3.11.1 Designation of Ports -- 9.3.11.2 Advanced Notice of Port Entry -- 9.3.11.3 Prior Authorisation to Land or Tranship Fish -- 9.3.11.4. Inspection of Fishing vessels -- 9.3.11.5 Port Enforcement Actions -- 9.3.11.6 Other Enforcement Measures Against IUU Fishing Vessels -- 9.3.12 Control of Fishing Capacity -- 9.4 Measures Adopted by Other Regional Fisheries Organisations -- Chapter Ten Current State Practice to Combat IUU Fishing -- 10.1 U.S. Measures to Combat IUU Fishing -- 10.1.1 Procedures for the Identification of States Whose Vessels Have Engaged in IUU Fishing and By-catch of Protected Living Marine Resources
10.1.2 Alternative Procedures -- 10.1.3 Effect of Certification Determination -- 10.1.4 Initial Implementation of the High Seas Driftnet Fishing Moratorium Protection Act -- 10.2 EU Regulation to Combat IUU Fishing -- 10.2.1 Port State Control over Third Country Fishing Vessels -- 10.2.2 Catch Certification -- 10.2.3 IUU Vessel Listing -- 10.2.4 Identification of Non-cooperating Third Countries -- 10.2.5 Control of Nationals -- 10.2.6 The Community Alert System -- Chapter Eleven Conclusion -- 11.1 The Need for an Effective Domestic and Regional Framework -- 11.2 Emerging Issues in the Global Framework to Address IUU Fishing -- 11.2.1 IUU Fishing and Marine Biodiversity Conservation -- 11.2.2 IUU Fishing as an International Environmental Crime and a Maritime Security Concern -- 11.2.3 Flag State Responsibility and Liability -- Appendix -- Bibliography -- Index
This book provides a comprehensive examination of the different aspects of IUU fishing and the various measures embodied in international fisheries and related instruments, and those adopted by regional fisheries management organisations and individual States to combat IUU fishing
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Palma, Mary Ann Promoting Sustainable Fisheries : The International Legal and Policy Framework to Combat Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing Leiden : BRILL,c2010 9789004175754
主題 Fishery management, International -- Law and legislation.;Sustainable fisheries -- Law and legislation
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Alt Author Tsamenyi, Martin
Edeson, W. R
Edeson, William
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