This article identifies artificial ocean alkalinization governance models and the applicable international law around artificial ocean alkalinization activities.
The article evaluates if customary international law and treaty negotiations for sustainable use of biodiversity areas beyond national jurisdiction will progress the goal of marine environmental protection, with a brief look at ocean fertilization.
This article addresses whether international legal rules exist governing the deployment of ocean pipes and which states are entitled to exercise jurisdiction over these objects.
This paper assesses how ocean fertilization is regulated under the United Nations Convention for the Law of the Sea
This Article examines two particularly important areas in which climate change is exposing fundamental gaps in existing systems of global governance: The Governance of the Article Ocean and the governance regime applicable to geoengineering.
Draft resolution on ocean fertilization.
This article assesses the general compatibility of CCS in sub-seabed geological formations with the relevant treaty regimes.
This book chapter examines the rules relating to marine scientific research (MSR) as they apply to marine geoengineering taking place in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ)