Browsing by Author "Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor"

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  • Antarctic Treaty system: achievements and prospects

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (2019)
    The Antarctic Treaty 1959 has now been in place for 60 years and is regarded by informed commentators as one of the most successful multi-party international treaty systems. This paper provides an opportunity to look back ...
  • Black coral forests and marine biodiversity

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (2015)
    New Zealand has a strong social commitment to environmental protection. It has the 6th largest marine area, and a tradition of enacting world-leading legislation, e.g. the Marine Reserves Act 1971 (MRA), and the Resource ...
  • Caring for our oceans and their biodiversity

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (2017)
    This paper will explore and critically analyse national strategies for oceans governance and protecting marine biodiversity from a transnational perspective. For example, during 2016 New Zealand launched a public consultation ...
  • Caring for our oceans and their biodiversity

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (Edward Elgar Pubulishing, 2020)
    This paper will explore and critically analyse national strategies for oceans governance and protecting marine biodiversity from a transnational perspective. For example, during 2016 New Zealand launched a public consultation ...
  • Civil strategies for future generations

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (2018)
    This paper will examine the barriers to implementing climate justice from a New Zealand perspective. In particular, the paper will focus on the governance arrangements for implementing the Paris Agreement, administrative ...

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  • Governance of International Rivers: Threats, Gaps and Challenges

    Raman, Durgeshree Devi (University of Waikato, 2015)
    In light of the growing water shortages world-wide and concerns over freshwater disputes arising from essentially a growing world population, an increase in per-capita consumption and the limited supplies of freshwater ...