PART I INTRODUCTION 1. International Fisheries Law: Achievements, Limitations and Challenges Erik J Molenaar and Richard Caddell PART II IDENTIFYING FUTURE REGULATORY CHALLENGES: SCIENCE, LAW AND MANAGEMENT 2. Modelling Future Oceans: The Present and Emerging Future of Fish Stocks and Fisheries William WL Cheung, Vicky WY Lam, Yoshitaka Ota and Wilf Swartz 3. Alternative Histories and Futures of International Fisheries Law Richard A Barnes 4. Management Options for High Seas Fisheries: Making Regime Complexes More Effective Olav Schram Stokke 5. Key Challenges Relating to the Governance of Regional Fisheries James Harrison 6. Participation in Regional Fisheries Management Organizations Erik J Molenaar PART III THE ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO FISHERIES MANAGEMENT 7. International Fisheries Law and Interactions with Global Regimes and Processes Richard Caddell 8. Bycatch Mitigation and the Protection of Associated Species Karen N Scott 9. Area-based Fisheries Management Daniel C Dunn, Guillermo Ortuno Crespo and Richard Caddell 10. Environmental Assessment and International Fisheries Law Simon Marsden 11. Addressing Climate Change Impacts in Regional Fisheries Management Organizations Rosemary Rayfuse PART IV COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT 12. An International Relations Perspective on Compliance and Enforcement Aslaug Asgeirsdottir 13. Problems and Progress in Combating IUU Fishing Eva R van der Marel 14. International Trade Law Aspects of Measures to Combat IUU and Unsustainable Fishing Robin Churchill 15. Strengthening Flag State Performance in Compliance and Enforcement Natalie Klein 16. Ensuring Compliance with Fisheries Regulations by Private Actors Carmino Massarella 17. Emerging Regulatory Responses to IUU Fishing Richard Caddell, George Leloudas and Baris Soyer PART V OPTIONS AND PATHWAYS TO STRENGTHEN INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES LAW IN AN ERA OF CHANGING OCEANS 18. Options and Pathways to Strengthen International Fisheries Law in an Era of Changing Oceans Erik J Molenaar and Richard Caddell
This collection addresses the central question of how the current international framework for the regulation of fisheries may be strengthened in order to meet the challenges posed by changing fisheries and ocean conditions, in particular climate change.
Richard Caddell is a Lecturer at Cardiff Law School. Erik J Molenaar is Deputy Director, Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea (NILOS), Utrecht University & Professor, UiT The Arctic University of Norway.