Chapter 22 – Legal tools in combating marine pollution and mitigating the effects of acidification (1st edition)

After almost three decades, too little progress has been achieved in protecting, preserving, and promoting the sustainable use of the ocean and its resources for the benefit of mankind. Many efforts, however, have been deployed within conferences, summits, and meetings with highly competent experts, such as scientists, diplomats, and international lawyers covering a wide range of fields. After all these years, the state of the marine environment is not improving as fast as it should be. The question to ask is why has so little progress been achieved? The answer belongs once more to the international community, as well as to national policymakers. They should take more forceful actions in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) contained in the 2030 Agenda. 

de Marffy-Mantuano A., in press. Chapter 22 – Legal tools in combating marine pollution and mitigating the effects of acidification (1st edition). Fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goals, 16 p. London: Routledge. Chapter (restricted access).


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