LOSC, offshore resources and Australian marine policy
The approach taken by Australia to the Law of the Sea Convention coming into force has been to implement those Articles related to the exploitation of EEZ resources. A Senate committee has begun a high-level inquiry in response to this limited implementation of LOSC. The inquiry signals to the government that its approach towards LOSC is unacceptable, and provides the opportunity to establish a comprehensive oceans policy regime.
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