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ITLOS declares greenhouse gas emissions as marine pollution

SAFETY4SEA 22 May 2024
The Tribunal’s position was both unanimous and unequivocal – anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions constitute marine pollution under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
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International Court Says States Must Protect Oceans Against Climate Change

The Maritime Executive 22 May 2024
An international tribunal under the auspices of the United Nations issued a first-of-its-kind ruling that finds countries are legally obligated to take all necessary actions to prevent marine pollution tied to greenhouse gas emissions.
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EcoChina | Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch: a beacon of marine conservation in China

Xinhua 22 May 2024
A sea slug is pictured in the Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province, May 16, 2024 ... (Xinhua/Yang Guanyu)Sea slugs are pictured in the Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch in ...
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Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch: a beacon of marine conservation in China

People Daily 22 May 2024
Sea anemones and a clownfish are pictured in the Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province, May 17, 2024 ... Sea slugs are pictured in the Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch in ...
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International tribunal delivers verdict on climate change and the oceans

Splash24/7 22 May 2024
The opinion clarifies states’ obligations under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) with respect to impacts from anthropogenic climate change on the marine environment.
photo: Creative Commons / Pixabay/ Наталья Коллегова
The ocean is the body of salt water that covers approximately 70.8% of the surface of Earth and contains 97% of Earth's water, Sept. 11, 2017.
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Island states win historic climate case in world oceans court

Al Jazeera 22 May 2024
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Small island states win key climate case in UN court

Dawn 22 May 2024
Anthropogenic GHG emissions into the atmosphere constitute pollution of the marine environment” under the international treaty UNCLOS, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) ruled in an expert opinion.
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This summer’s RIMPAC exercise in Hawaii drawing 30 nations and 40 ships

Stars and Stripes 22 May 2024
The exercise lasted only two weeks and all events were held at sea ... Previous RIMPAC events have included sinking ships at sea with missiles, amphibious landings and Marine Corps Osprey aircraft landing on an Australian ship for the first time.
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Japan’s new whaling mothership sets sail on first hunt

The Daily Tribune - Bahrain 22 May 2024
Fatty raw pink-and-white whale meat is also on the menu at Nisshinmaru, a restaurant named after Japan’s previous huge vessel for catching the marine mammals, now retired after three decades at sea ... “This ship is like a factory ... .
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The American Empire Is Crumbling Under Its Debt

Antiwar 22 May 2024
Likewise, the US Navy and Marine Corps spends $55 billion annually on 515,000 active duty forces and another $3.7 billion on 88,000 reserves ... of the current active duty force of the Navy/Marine Corps.
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Cargo flown over world's first 100-km level 5G-A coverage low-altitude maritime route

ECNS 22 May 2024
... Wang said, and the significance of 5G extends beyond drone-based cross-sea transportation, potentially affecting marine rights protection and island development, not only Shanghai, Wang said.
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Philippines challenges China to open Scarborough shoal for international inspection

Jurist 21 May 2024
They accused China of destroying the marine environment around the shoal, including coral reefs ... The international court also concluded China caused “irreparable harm” to the marine environment of the South China Sea through its conduct.
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New sea survival training pool to open in Co Donegal

RTE 21 May 2024
The new sea survival pool is due to be officially opened by Minister for the Marine Charlie McConalogue on Friday 24 May ... The new sea survival pool is due to be officially opened by Minister for the Marine Charlie McConalogue on Friday.
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Germany Climate United Nations Sea Tribunal

Beaumont Enterprise 21 May 2024
The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea found Tuesday that carbon emissions qualify as marine pollution and countries ...
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Small island states secure climate win at international ocean court

Voa News 21 May 2024
In its first climate-related judgment, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, or ITLOS, said that greenhouse gas emissions absorbed by the ocean are considered marine pollution and ...

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