26
Nov
2018

Source: ECO (CBD Alliance)
Authors: Matthew Gianni (Deep Sea Conservation Coalition) & Helena Paul (EcoNexus)

The deep-sea has been described by the United Nations First World Ocean Assessment, published in 2016, as a vast realm which “constitutes the largest source of species and ecosystem diversity on Earth” and that the diversity of organisms in the deep sea supports ecosystem processes necessary for the Earth’s natural systems to function.

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17
Jul
2018

DSCC first intervention Day 2 on Regulations – Overall Structure – 17 July 2018

DSCC second intervention Day 2 on Part I and Preamble – 17 July 2018

DSCC third intervention Day 2 – 17 July 2018

DSCC fourth intervention Day 3 on Part III- 18 July 2018

DSCC afternoon intervention Day 3 on Part IV, V, VI – 18 July 2018

DSCC intervention Day 4 on Netherlands paper -19 July 2018

DSCC intervention Day 4 on the report of the Chair of the LTC – 19 July 2018

DSCC morning intervention Day 6 – 23 July 2018

DSCC intervention Day 8 on Agenda item 7: Report of the Secretary-General – 25 July 2018

DSCC intervention Day 8 on strategic report item 8 – 25 July 2018

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4
Jul
2018

Available in English.

Authors: Daniel C. DunnCindy L. Van DoverRon J. EtterCraig R. SmithLisa A. LevinTelmo MoratoAna ColaçoAndrew C. DaleAndrey V. GebrukKristina M. GjerdePatrick N. HalpinKerry L. HowellDavid JohnsonJosé Angel A. PerezMarta Chantal RibeiroHeiko StuckasPhilip WeaverSEMPIA Workshop Participants.

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8
May
2018

Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network where you can organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research. In Mendeley, you can also find scientific publications related to deep-sea mining by browsing in the ‘Literature on Deep Sea Mining’ Group, find the instructions to subscribe to the group here.

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27
Apr
2018

Available in English.

This submission was put forth by 30 organizations, including DSCC members, in response to the call for comments on the draft Strategic Plan of the International Seabed Authority, which was requested by the Council. The focused on some fundamental questions that need to be addressed, first and foremost, for integration in the ISA Strategic Plan.

This submission was originally posted to the Seas At Risk website.

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