(020) 7242 5778

Wildy’s Book News

Book News cover photo

Vol 24 No 4 April/May 2019

Book of the Month

Cover of Professional Conduct Casebook 3rd ed: Digital Pack

Professional Conduct Casebook 3rd ed: Digital Pack

Price: £165.00 + £3.99 VAT

Offers for Newly Called Barristers & Students

Special Discounts for Newly Called & Students

Read More ...

Secondhand & Out of Print

Browse Secondhand Online


The Ecosystem Approach in Ocean Planning and Governance: Perspectives from Europe and Beyond

Edited by: David Langlet, Rosemary Rayfuse

ISBN13: 9789004389977
Published: December 2018
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £113.00

Despatched in 10 to 12 days.

The Ecosystem Approach in Ocean Planning and Governance takes stock of the challenges associated with implementing an ecosystem approach in ocean governance. In addition to theorizing the notion of Ecosystem Approach and its multifaceted implications, the book provides in depth analyses of lessons learned and remaining challenges associated with making the Ecosystem Approach fully relevant and operational in different marine policy fields, including marine spatial planning, fisheries, and biodiversity protection. In doing so, it adds much needed legal and social science perspectives to the existing literature on the Ecosystem Approach in relation to the marine environment. While focusing predominantly on the European context, the perspective is enriched by analyses from other jurisdictions, including the USA.

Public International Law
List of Illustrations
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
Notes on Contributors
1. The Ecosystem Approach in Ocean Planning and Governance – An Introduction
David Langlet and Rosemary Rayfuse
Part 1: Cross-Cutting and Critical Perspectives
2. Resilience and Adaptive Capacity of Aquatic Environmental Law in the EU: An Evaluation and Comparison of the WFD, MSFD, and MSPD
Niko Soininen and Froukje Maria Platjouw
3. The Ecosystem Approach as a Basis for Managerial Compliance: An Example from the Regulatory Development in the Baltic Sea Region
Brita Bohman
4. Delimiting Marine Areas: Ecosystem Approach(es?) in EU Marine Management
Aron Westholm
5. Land-Sea Interactions and the Ecosystem Approach in Ocean Planning and Governance
Sue Kidd
6. The Ecosystem Approach and Sustainable Development in Baltic Sea Marine Spatial Planning: The Social Pillar, a ‘Slow Train Coming’
Michael Gilek, Fred Saunders and Ignė Stalmokaitė
7. The Ecosystem-Based Approach for the Marine Environment and the Position of Humans: Lessons from the EU Natura 2000 Regime
Kees Bastmeijer
Part 2: Participation and Collaboration
8. The Ecosystem Approach and Public Engagement in Ocean Governance: The Case of Maritime Spatial Planning
Antonia Zervaki
9. Embedding Law in Participatory Processes Enables an Ecosystem Approach to Marine Decision Making: Analysis of a North Sea Example
Anne-Michelle Slater and Alison MacDonald
Part 3: Thematic and National Perspectives and Experiences
10. The Ecosystem Approach and the Common Fisheries Policy
Jill Wakefield
11. The Challenges of Applying the Ecosystem Approach to Spatial Planning in the EEZ: German Experiences
Eva Schachtner
12. Ecosystem-Based Approaches to Ocean Management in the United States: Weaving Together Multiple Strands
David Fluharty
13. Implications of the Ecosystem Based Approach to Wetlands Management on the Kenyan Coast
Collins Odote
Part 4: Conclusion and Outlook
14. Challenges in Implementing the Ecosystem Approach: Lessons Learned
David Langlet and Rosemary Rayfuse