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Report on the legal regime of deep-sea mining

E. D. Brown

Report on the legal regime of deep-sea mining

by E. D. Brown

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Published by International Law Association, British Branch, Committee on Deep-Sea Mining in [London] .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Mineral resources in submerged lands.,
  • Continental shelf.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby E. D. Brown.
    ContributionsInternational Law Association. British Branch. Committee on Deep-Sea Mining.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK3485.7 .B76 1968
    The Physical Object
    Pagination67 p.
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5398165M
    LC Control Number72889501

    Deep sea mining has been heralded as the answer by transnational corporations and mineral seeking countries, such as EU member states, Japan and the USA. In , the European Commission (EC) adopted its raw material initiative which set out a strategy for securing reliable and unhindered access to raw materials. DISPUTE SETTLEMENT RELATING TO DEEP SEABED MINING: A PARTICIPANT’S PERSPECTIVE. negotiations began for a DSM legal regime. The final R E Boschen et al, ‘Mining of Deep-Sea Seafloor Massive Sulfides: A Review of the Deposits, their Benthic Communities, Impacts from Mining, Regulatory.

    For the substantial impact of marine scientific research on the deep sea environment Allen, see note 2, et seq. and Korn/Friedrich/Feit, see n 19 et seq. Google Scholar Report of the Secretary-General “Oceans and the Law of the Sea”, UN by: 1. 1. Introduction. Article of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (LOSC or Convention), 1 declares the international seabed ‘Area’ and its resources to be the ‘common heritage of mankind’ (CHM). This legal status and principle is of fundamental importance to the regime that was developed to manage mineral mining in the Area, and article (6) of the Cited by:

    Life itself arose from the oceans. The ocean is vast and covers million square miles, some 72 per cent of the Earth's surface. The ocean has always been an important source of food for the. Source: Deep Sea Mining Campaign On 21 st November, Nautilus Mineral’s court-appointed monitors, Price Waterhouse Cooper (PwC) confirmed that the relevant legal papers had been filed to assign Nautilus Minerals Inc. into bankruptcy. Whilst this news was expected, there has been no news on their plans for the Solwara 1 deep sea mining project in Papua New Guinea, .


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Report on the legal regime of deep-sea mining by E. D. Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Report on the legal regime of deep-sea mining. [E D Brown; International Law Association. British Branch. Committee on Deep-Sea Mining.]. Deep sea mining is a mineral retrieval process that takes place on the ocean mining sites are usually around large areas of polymetallic nodules or active and extinct hydrothermal vents at 1, to 3, metres (4, to 12, ft) below the ocean’s surface.

The vents create globular or massive sulfide deposits, which contain valuable metals such as silver, gold. Coles I () Rare earth elements: deep sea mining and the law of the sea. Pratt’s Energy Law Report 14(1):4–14 Google Scholar De La Fayette LA () A new regime for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity and genetic resources beyond the limits of national : Joanna Dingwall, Joanna Dingwall.

Part 1 includes document on the continental shelf and the exclusive economic zone; Part 2 covers the United Nations regime for the Area beyond the limits of national jurisdiction, including the landmark Mining Code adopted in July ; and Part 3 has a selection of national legislation on sea-bed mining and related co-ordinating treaties.

Perhaps the primary concern for the Authority as a regulator is how to balance the societal benefits of deep seabed mining, including access to essential minerals, the non­displacement of communities) extensive deep sea research and technological development, against the need to protect the marine environment.

mining, a number of public and private institutions have rediscovered their interest in exploring the prospects of deep-sea mining, which had been deemed economically and technically unfeasible in. For the first time, new sources of minerals are likely to be exploited in the deep seas in an area beyond national jurisdiction.

Deep-sea mining encompasses Author: Joanna Dingwall. This week marks a major step forward towards the delivery of a comprehensive legal regime for deep-seabed mining beyond national jurisdiction with the release of draft regulations on exploitation of the mineral resources in the international seabed area by the Legal and Technical Commission, a member expert advisory body of the International Seabed.

Preparatory Commission: Report on the Status of the Implementation of the Obligations of the Registered Pioneer Investors under Resolution II and the Related Understandings Prepared by the Secretariat, 23 September Regulations on Prospecting and Exploration for Polymetallic Nodules in the Area (Mining Code), 13 July Author: E.D.

Brown. Deep-sea genetic resources and the interest of the biotechnology industry in their exploitation are emerging as a significant challenge for international oceans governance. Focusing on the ecosystems associated with deep-sea hydrothermal vents in areas beyond national jurisdiction this book examines a range of emerging activities in the deep sea including bioprospecting.

In newer areas of international law, such as the regime governing deep-sea mining, we are likely to see China engaging proactively with international dispute settlement mechanisms.

At a time when multilateralism is being challenged and nationalism is on the rise, the need for states to support international dispute resolution, and comply with Author: Harriet Moynihan. Box Cautionary tale of deep sea mining and oceans’ untapped riches Consumer demand for electronic minerals such as copper, lithium, rare earth minerals, cobalt, and manganese nodules coupled with advances in technology and infrastructure 21 is set to make the ocean floor the next frontier for exploitation.

Book Reviews Common Heritage or Common Burden. The US Position on the Development of a Regime for Deep Sea-Bed Mining in the Law of The Sea Convention by Markus G. Schmidt, (Clarendon Press, Oxford, ), pp. ISBN 0 19 7, £ It is perhaps not an exaggeration to say that the regime of deep sea mining beyond national jurisdiction has in the.

" The Deep Sea Mining Alliance (DSMA), a group of mining enterprises and research institutions that represents the interests of the industry, states in a recent publication: ‘Unlike other human activities, we have the opportunity to define the standards and establish the mechanisms before Deep-Sea Mining starts on a larger scale.

Cited by: 1. Interest in deep-sea mining began in the mids with the publication of a book by JL Mero entitled The Mineral Resources of The Sea, which suggested that there was a. Therefore, the Deep Seabed Law is an innovative piece of legislation which completes China’s legal system governing deep-sea mining activities.

This chapter intends to demonstrate how China has complied with the UNCLOS by the enactment of the Deep Seabed Law. It also aims to review how the law regulates deep-sea mining activities outside the. Publications. The Seabed – Liability Regime of Deep-sea Mining, Nomos Publishing House, (German book) Prohibition of sharing information regarding report of suspicion within banks and companies situated in other EU member or foreign states – an obstacle in fighting money laundering?, Corporate Compliance Zeitschrift (CCZ),p.

23. A summary of the risks of deep-sea mining is in press in a book chapter by Springer with the title “Environmental Risks of Deep-sea Mining” Deliverables from WPs have added knowledge on how to manage and monitor these impacts, though much remains unknown until mining equipment is developed, and the first test mining takes place.

THE MINING CODE AND THE CODE PROJECT The International Seabed Authority (ISA) is writing regulations to govern contracts for mining the ocean floor in areas beyond national jurisdiction. When approved, these exploitation regulations will provide the core of an ISA rule book, the entirety of which will constitute the ISA Mining Code.

United Kingdom: Legislation on Deep Sea Mining United Kingdom: Legislation on Deep Sea Mining JOURNAL OF WORLD TRADE LAW T o what extent Nairobi will open the road toward the development of truly new and renewable sources of energy remains to be seen. The topics discussed were o n the whole of interest mainly to the poorest among the.

If the U.S. were to sign the Law of the Sea Treaty, it is probable that a regime as unacceptable as the one represented by the current treaty draft would eventually be imposed upon the mining of.Marine scientific research and the law of the sea. Alfred H. A. Soons. Kluwer Law consent high seas ICNT included infra innocent passage institution Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission international legal regime International Seabed Authority ISNT land-locked LLGD marine environment Transfer of Technology for Deep Sea-Bed Mining.One year later, in Augusta follow-up workshop was organised in Fiji to focus on developing fiscal regime and revenue management options for DSM.

The Regional Financial Framework for Deep Sea Minerals Exploration and Exploitation (RFF) launched in June presents key elements of the major topics by: 1.