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Climate Change and Ocean Governance
Politics and Policy for Threatened Seas

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Paul G. Harris, Elizabeth Mendenhall, Lisa Benjamin, Adelle Thomas, Mohammad Al-Saidi, Arne Harms, Noralene Uy, Joe-Mar Perez, Achmad Poernomo, Anastasia Kuswardani, Ian McGregor, Hilary Yerbury, Andrew Tirrell, Wendy E. Morrison, Valerie Termini, Justin Alger, Rachel Tiller, Dorothy Dankel, Marcus Haward, Benjamin Hofmann, Thomas L. Brewer, Reuben Makomere, Kennedy Liti Mbeva, Pedro Fidelman, Ori Sharon, Freedom-Kai Phillips, Konstantia Koutouki, Anastasia Telesetsky, Peter Stoett, Joanna Vince, Kamleshan Pillay, Yanasivan Kisten, Albertus Smit, David Glassom, Judith van Leeuwen, Christina Reichert, John Virdin, Kapil Narula, John T. Oliver, Steven M. Tucker
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  • Date Published: April 2019
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108422482

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  • Climate Change and Ocean Governance brings together authors from political science and cognate disciplines to examine the political and policy dimensions of climate change for our oceans. The environmental, social and economic consequences of oceanic change present tremendous challenges for governments and other actors. New and innovative policies for governing oceans and seas - and for managing vital marine resources - have never been more important. Existing national and international institutions for marine governance that were created when oceanic conditions were relatively static may not be adequate for a future characterized by continuous oceanic change. Responses to oceanic change will result in winners and losers, and thus will involve politics in all its manifestations. This book reveals the unavoidable connections between climate change, the oceans, and questions of governance. It provides valuable lessons for researchers, policymakers and activists concerned about governing oceanic change into the future.

    • Describes and analyzes policy tools for governing oceanic change now and in the future
    • Covers a range of multidisciplinary issues in the governance of oceanic change
    • Explores the connections between climate change, oceans and governance
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    • Date Published: April 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108422482
    • length: 460 pages
    • dimensions: 253 x 179 x 24 mm
    • weight: 1.06kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Introduction:
    1. Climate change at sea: science, impacts and governance Paul G. Harris
    2. The ocean governance regime: international conventions and institutions Elizabeth Mendenhall
    Part II. Vulnerable Islands and Coasts:
    3. Political economy of coastal development: the case of the Caribbean Lisa Benjamin and Adelle Thomas
    4. Coastal development and climate risk reduction in the Persian/Arabian Gulf: the case of Qatar Mohammad Al-Saidi
    5. Adapting to sea level rise in the Indian Ocean: the cases of India and Bangladesh Arne Harms
    6. Coastal risks from typhoons in the Pacific: the case of the Philippines Noralene Uy and Joe-Mar Perez
    7. Ocean policy perspectives: the case of Indonesia Achmad Poernomo and Anastasia Kuswardani
    8. Politics of rising tides: governments and nongovernmental organizations in small island developing states Ian McGregor and Hilary Yerbury
    Part III. Marine Fisheries and Pelagic Seas:
    9. Climate change and fisheries politics: case studies from the United States, New Zealand and Norway Andrew Tirrell
    10. Policy options for marine fisheries: potential approaches in a changing climate Wendy E. Morrison and Valerie Termini
    11. Large marine protected areas and ocean resilience: stakeholder conflict in pelagic seas Justin Alger
    12. Climate change and contested marine areas in the Arctic: the case of Svalbard Rachel Tiller and Dorothy Dankel
    Part IV. Changing Polar Seas:
    13. Climate change and the Southern Ocean: the regime complex for regional governance Marcus Haward
    14. Policy responses to new ocean threats: Arctic warming, maritime industries and international environmental regulation Benjamin Hofmann
    15. The Arctic Ocean's melting ice: institutions and policies to manage black carbon Thomas L. Brewer
    Part V. Institutions and Law for Ocean Governance:
    16. Contested multilateralism: towards aligning regimes for ocean and climate governance Reuben Makomere and Kennedy Liti Mbeva
    17. Climate change in the Coral Triangle: enabling institutional adaptive capacity Pedro Fidelman
    18. Non-territorial exclusive economic zones: future rights of small island states Ori Sharon
    19. International law and marine ecosystem governance: the climate change nexus Freedom-Kai Phillips and Konstantia Koutouki
    20. Managing marine resources: can the law of the Sea adapt to climate change? Anastasia Telesetsky
    Part VI. Policies for Ocean Governance:
    21. The plastic-climate nexus: linking science, policy and justice Peter Stoett and Joanna Vince
    22. Financing emission reductions: forest mechanisms as a model for coral reefs Kamleshan Pillay, Yanasivan Kisten, Albertus Smit and David Glassom
    23. Capturing a moving target: decarbonizing shipping through informational governance Judith van Leeuwen
    24. Energy from the sea: challenges and opportunities Christina Reichert and John Virdin
    25. Climate change and navies: bracing for the impacts Kapil Narula
    26. Geoengineering at sea: ocean fertilization as a policy option John T. Oliver and Steven M. Tucker
    Part VII. Conclusion:
    27. Ocean governance amidst climate change: an essay on the future Paul G. Harris.

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  • Editor

    Paul G. Harris, Education University of Hong Kong
    Paul G. Harris is a political scientist and the Chair Professor of Global and Environmental Studies at the Education University of Hong Kong. He is author or editor of many books on global environmental politics, policy, and ethics, including Global Ethics and Climate Change (Second Edition, 2016), the Routledge Handbook of Global Environmental Politics (2016, ), and What's Wrong with Climate Politics and How to Fix It (2013).

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    Paul G. Harris, Elizabeth Mendenhall, Lisa Benjamin, Adelle Thomas, Mohammad Al-Saidi, Arne Harms, Noralene Uy, Joe-Mar Perez, Achmad Poernomo, Anastasia Kuswardani, Ian McGregor, Hilary Yerbury, Andrew Tirrell, Wendy E. Morrison, Valerie Termini, Justin Alger, Rachel Tiller, Dorothy Dankel, Marcus Haward, Benjamin Hofmann, Thomas L. Brewer, Reuben Makomere, Kennedy Liti Mbeva, Pedro Fidelman, Ori Sharon, Freedom-Kai Phillips, Konstantia Koutouki, Anastasia Telesetsky, Peter Stoett, Joanna Vince, Kamleshan Pillay, Yanasivan Kisten, Albertus Smit, David Glassom, Judith van Leeuwen, Christina Reichert, John Virdin, Kapil Narula, John T. Oliver, Steven M. Tucker

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