Southern Exposure: Deciding Antarctica's Future
This study examines the scientific value of conservation of the natural resources of Antarctica and the mechanisms such as the Antarctic Treaty which are currently in place to prevent conflicts over claims and environmental matters.
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ADVANCING ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION REGIMES
DESIGNING AND ENFORCING INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
INTEGRATING THE NETWORK OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION REGIMES
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