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European Economic Communities - Environmental Policy - Legal Basis And International Implications Of Council Regulation On The Supervision And Control Of Shipments Of Hazardous Waste, Kurt M. Rozelsky Oct 2014

European Economic Communities - Environmental Policy - Legal Basis And International Implications Of Council Regulation On The Supervision And Control Of Shipments Of Hazardous Waste, Kurt M. Rozelsky

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

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Whale For Sale?: New Developments In The Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora, Kevin Eldridge Oct 2014

Whale For Sale?: New Developments In The Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora, Kevin Eldridge

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

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Solution Or Stumbling Block?: Biological Engineering And The Modern Extinction Crisis, Caroline P. Rogers Oct 2014

Solution Or Stumbling Block?: Biological Engineering And The Modern Extinction Crisis, Caroline P. Rogers

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

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Turtle Power Down Under The Sea?: Comparative Domestic And International Legal Protection Of Marine Turtles By Australia And The United States, Marjorie Palmer Sep 2014

Turtle Power Down Under The Sea?: Comparative Domestic And International Legal Protection Of Marine Turtles By Australia And The United States, Marjorie Palmer

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

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Cites 'Introduction From The Sea': A Practical Way Forward, Ben Tsamenyi, Quentin Hanich, Gerry Geen, Frank Meere, Mary Lack, Glenn Sant Apr 2014

Cites 'Introduction From The Sea': A Practical Way Forward, Ben Tsamenyi, Quentin Hanich, Gerry Geen, Frank Meere, Mary Lack, Glenn Sant

Quentin Hanich

On 31 August 2007, TRAFFIC and ANCORS* (The Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security) convened a small group of experts to examine operational issues relating to the question of who should be responsible for issuing Introduction from the Sea (IFS) documentation under CITES for Appendix II species, and how and when this should be applied. The workshop considered the practicalities of whether documentation should be issued by the flag or port State (or some combination) and ran through a series of real examples to test the veracity of its findings.