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This books deals a finished and leading edge photo of the Communitys implementation of its foreign responsibilities within the box of the marine surroundings, taking a look at the participation of the EC and its member states within the United countries conference at the legislations of the ocean and different proper agreements.

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Molenaar (1998), p. 169; S. Rosenne and A. ) (1991), p. 271; A. A. ) (1990), p. 467. , Articles 22(3); 41(4) (5); 53(9), 60(3), (5); 208(5), 211(2) (3), 217(1) (4), 218(1), and 220(2)) implicitly refer to the IMO as “the” competent international organization. Conversely, the LOSC provisions on dumping refer to the “competent international organizations”, suggesting that the IMO is not exclusively competent concerning dumping, as this lies within the field of shipping.

Oxman (1991), p. 109; W. Van Reenen (1981), pp. 3-44. See IMO Study, Implications of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea for the International Maritime Organization (IMO doc. 2003). 10. On the other hand, the LOSC normally refers to generally “applicable” international rules and standards with regard to enforcement jurisdiction. 101 As far as the “competent international organizations” are concerned, the only indirect reference is contained in Article 2(2) of Annex VIII of the LOSC, which lays down the list of experts composing the Special Arbitral Tribunal.

Nollkaemper, (1993), p. 30. See: P. Sands (2003), pp. W. Birnie and A. Boyle (2002), pp. 79-152. 2 The 1982 UN Law of the Sea Convention (LOSC) and the Protection and Preservation of the Marine Environment The LOSC recognizes that uses and problems of marine space are closely interrelated and must be considered as a whole (the Preamble). The protection and preservation of the marine environment therefore constitutes an essential component and an integral part of the legal regime of the sea. The Convention, moreover, represents the first attempt to regulate all sources of marine pollution and different aspects of marine degradation within a single instrument.

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