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International Law and Sea Level Rise: Report of the International Law Association Committee on International Law and Sea Level Rise

Edited by: Davor Vidas, David Freestone, Jane McAdam

ISBN13: 9789004398184
Published: March 2019
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Paperback
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This book contains the final version of the 2018 Report of the International Law Association (ILA) Committee on International Law and Sea Level Rise, as well as the related ILA Resolutions 5/2018 and 6/2018, both as adopted by the ILA at its 78th Biennial Conference, held in Sydney, Australia, 19–24 August 2018. In Part I of the Report, key information about the establishment of the Committee, its mandate and its work so far is presented. Part II of the Report addresses key law of the sea issues through a study of possible impacts of sea level rise and their implications under international law regarding maritime limits lawfully determined by the coastal States, and the agreed or adjudicated maritime boundaries. Part III of the Report addresses international law provisions, principles and frameworks for the protection of persons displaced in the context of sea level rise

Subjects:
Environmental Law, Public International Law
Contents:
International Law and Sea Level Rise: Report of the International Law Association Committee on International Law and Sea Level Rise
Davor Vidas, David Freestone, and Jane McAdam
Abstract
Keywords
International Law Association Sydney Conference (2018): International Law and Sea Level Rise
Part I: Background
Part II: Law of the Sea Issues
Part III: Sydney Declaration of Principles on the Protection of Persons Displaced in the Context of Sea Level Rise
Annexes
Acknowledgments
References
Editors’ Biographical Notes