Presentations

2016

Cecilia Engler

Adaptive ecosystem approach for a changing ocean: challenges and obligations for transboundary fisheries management. Governance of Changing Oceans Workshop, K.G. Jebsen Centre, University of Tromsø, and Schulich School of Law; Halifax, NS.

Ecosystem approach and transboundary fisheries. OceanCanada Conference; Vancouver, BC.

Ecosystem approach in international fisheries law and policy. Workshop on Integrated Fisheries Management, Marine and Environmental Law Institute, Dalhousie University; Halifax, NS.

S. Fuller

Implementation with respect to species at risk. Workshop on Integrated Fisheries Management, Marine and Environmental Law Institute, Dalhousie University; Halifax, NS.

M. Goulden

The failure of international law to protect Pacific coast salmon: lessons for marine policy on the East Coast. Memorial University Coastal Matters Speaker Series; Humber Arm, NL.

O. Koubrak

Responding to oil spills while protecting the marine environment: review of product authorization and net environmental benefit analysis in the IMO dispersant use guidelines. Governance of Changing Oceans Workshop, K.G. Jebsen Centre, University of Tromsø, and Schulich School of Law; Halifax, NS.

S. Paul

Review of Implementation in Existing IFMPs. Workshop on Integrated Fisheries Management, Marine and Environmental Law Institute, Dalhousie University; Halifax, NS.

Phillip Saunders

Canadian fisheries law and policy: implementation of sustainability principles. Governance of Changing Oceans Workshop, K.G. Jebsen Centre, University of Tromsø, and Schulich School of Law; Halifax, NS.

Climate change and transboundary fisheries: continuity and adaptation in legal structure. OceanCanada Conference; Vancouver, BC.

Implementation of sustainability principles in Canadian fisheries law and policy. Workshop on Integrated Fisheries Management, Marine and Environmental Law Institute, Dalhousie University; Halifax, NS.

The role of adjudication in settlement of maritime disputes: issues arising from the South China Sea arbitration. 4th East Asia Maritime Security Forum; Nanjing, China.

Robert Stephenson

Assessment of Gaps – Law, Policy and Implementation. Workshop on Integrated Fisheries Management, Marine and Environmental Law Institute, Dalhousie University; Halifax, NS.

David VanderZwaag

Canada and the protection of marine species at risk: paper promises, paltry progressions. International Marine Conservation Congress; St. John’s, NL.

Canadian fisheries management: moving from legal laggard to legislative leader. Oceana Canada Science Symposium; Ottawa, ON.

Marine species on the move in the northwest Atlantic: a sea of transboundary governance challenges. Governance of Changing Oceans Workshop, K.G. Jebsen Centre, University of Tromsø, and Schulich School of Law; Halifax, NS. Also presented at Species on the Move Conference, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) and University of Tasmania; Hobart, Australia; at Coastal Zone Canada Conference, OceanCanada Panel; Toronto, ON; and at OceanCanada Conference; Vancouver, BC.

The precautionary approach in international law and policy: beacon of hope, sea of confusion. Workshop on Integrated Fisheries Management, Marine and Environmental Law Institute, Dalhousie University; Halifax, NS.

2015

Phillip Saunders

Climate change and the international law of fisheries: continuity and adaptation in legal structures. Korean Maritime Institute Global Ocean Regime Conference; Jeju, Korea.

Governance of aquaculture in Canada: regulation property rights and constitutional impediments. Special Session on Aquaculture Law and Policy. International Conference on Aquaculture and Fisheries; Brisbane, Australia.

Management of highly migratory species: coherence, chaos and creative conflict. Canadian Council on International Law; Ottawa, ON.

Renewable energy projects and spatial tenure in the offshore. European Centre of Excellence.

David VanderZwaag

Canadian ocean law and policy: leading, lagging, losing. Royal Society of Canada Symposium, Canadian Marine Biodiversity: Resources, Opportunities, Responsibilities; Victoria, BC.

Towards sustainable aquaculture: navigating international law and policy currents. International Workshop on Aquaculture Law and Policy. KG Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea. Fridtjof Nansen Institute; Oslo, Norway. Also presented at Special Session on Aquaculture Law and Policy, International Conference on Aquaculture and Fisheries; Brisbane, Australia.