CCAMLR: Conservation and Rational Use

Supervisory Team:

Primary supervisor: Prof Marcus Haward

Co-supervisor:  Dr Valeriya Komyakova

Brief project description:

In the recent decadesMarine plastic pollution has emerged as a major environmental and potential health threat issue. February 2022 will see a meeting of the United Nations Environment Program consider whether to begin negotiations on a global agreement addressing marine plastic litter and plastic pollution. This project aims to explore the potential scope and focus of an international agreement to address marine plastic pollution, including possible challenges in its development and implementation.

Skills students will develop during this research project:

Qualitative  social research methods. Data collection and analysis, Communication skills.

Authorised by the Executive Director, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
November 23, 2021