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This is Part Two of the Customary Laws of the Coast and Sea Research Group – The Story So Far series.
This article highlights how the One Ocean Hub seeks to contribute, through innovative research collaborations, to seven of the UN's priorities.
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.
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.
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.