One Ocean Hub
For the past year, Hub’s deep-sea researchers have been forced to be creative with their time and explore different opportunities for research and collaboration due to the restrictions posed by the global pandemic.
This is Part Two of the Customary Laws of the Coast and Sea Research Group – The Story So Far series.
The Customary Laws of the Coast and Sea Research Group formed in 2020 as a means to bring together One Ocean Hub researchers interested in customary laws within an ocean governance context.
Kelsey Archer Barnhill is a deep sea ecology PhD researcher at the University of Edinburgh exploring climate change impacts on cold-water corals.
The One Ocean Hub submits inputs into the International Seabed Authority’s Stakeholder Engagement Strategy
The One Ocean Hub made a written submission to the International Seabed Authority (ISA) on its Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Strategy (Zero Draft) in January 2021.
The Lalela uLwandle play focuses on three stories from characters with historically, culturally, spiritually varied locations, all in close relationship to the ocean.
On the day we celebrate the signing of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the One Ocean Hub wishes to raise awareness about the human rights dimensions of ocean governance at different scales.