Duncan Currie has practiced international law and environmental law for over 25 years, and over that time has advised organizations, corporations and governments on a wide range of environmental issues including climate change, the law of the sea, whaling, fisheries, Antarctica, nuclear, liability, biosafety, toxic and chemical, forestry, mining, and waste issues. He has particular interests in the law of the sea, especially fisheries and biodiversity, climate change in the oceans context, and renewable energy. He regularly attends international meetings on these topics and has been a leading presence for the DSCC in international fora as it has ramped up engagement on deep-seabed mining issues. Duncan has advised the DSCC on bottom trawling issues since its inception.
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