World's nations meet in Paris to rescue ocean life this time
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It took a decade to get to the negotiating table, and it could easily take another to finish the job, but UN talks in New York to safeguard life in the high seas finally begin in earnest on Monday (March 28).
World's nations meet in Paris to rescue ocean life this time. (2016, May 28). Business World, p. S1/7.
Oceans; Environmental protection; Marine organisms; Climatic changes; United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea; Territorial waters; Marine plants; Fauna; Flora; Governance; Global warming; Industrial fisheries; Marine parks; Boundaries; Genetics; Environmental impact; Environmental assessment; UN Convention on Biodiversity; Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations in Paris; Rochette, Julien
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