This article highlights how the One Ocean Hub seeks to contribute, through innovative research collaborations, to seven of the UN's priorities.
The One Ocean Hub has brought together insights from law, political sciences and ecosystem services to develop a research agenda for addressing complex trade-offs in decision-making on the blue economy.
Loss and degradation of marine biodiversity is not just an environmental issue; it is also a human rights issue. This gives rise to a series of distinct state obligations under international human rights law.
Dr Lisa McDonald is a Post-Doctoral Research Associate with One Ocean Hub, based at the School of Simulation and Visualisation, Glasgow School of Art.
How can art, in all its forms, communicate inherent bonds with the sea that are often overlooked in conventional approaches to marine science and governance?
In this series we introduce some of the recent developments made in different countries. This month we bring you news from Namibia.
In this Q&A series we get to know a different One Ocean Hub researcher every month.
Researchers’ Contribution to the international negotiations on Biodiversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction Negotiation
The One Ocean Hub webinar series on the intergovernmental conference highlighted the complexities of issues covered during the negotiations.
On 10th November 2020, the One Ocean Hub in collaboration with the FAO led a “Small-Scale Fisheries and Blue Justice: Procedural and Substantive Rights of Fisherfolks” webinar for the UN-Nippon Fellows and Alumni.