The STRONG High Seas project released a policy brief entitled ‘Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction: Options for Underpinning a Strong Global BBNJ Agreement through Regional and Sectoral Governance’. Read more STRONG High Seas project releases policy brief on options for underpinning BBNJ agreement through regional and sectoral governance
On August 16, the STRONG High Seas project, together with the Abidjan Convention Secretariat and the Secretariat of the Permanent Commission for the South Pacific, held a webinar on “Marine Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction in the Southeast Pacific and Southeast Atlantic”.
Effective monitoring, control and surveillance (MCS) is critical for the success of marine conservation and management. Whereas States have the right to manage the marine resources within their national jurisdiction, the high seas are subject to a complex patchwork of international rules and regulations. Read more Workshop results – Technological tools for Monitoring, Control and Surveillance in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction
Representatives from Colombia, Chile, Ecuador and Peru (CPPS member States) as well as Panama, global and regional organisations, regional scientific institutions, academia and NGOs to took part in a two-day workshop organised by the STRONG High Seas Project and CPPS Secretariat. Read more Opportunities for Strengthening Ocean Governance in the Southeast Pacific – STRONG High Seas Dialogue Workshop 1