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By Jorgen Randers, G. Bologna

1972: su incarico del membership di Roma, un gruppo di studiosi dell’MIT pubblica I Limiti dello sviluppo, che prefigura gli effetti della crescita della popolazione, dei consumi e dell’inquinamento su un pianeta fisicamente limitato. Dopo decenni di critiche feroci, ormai si ammette che le conclusioni di quello studio erano corrette.

2012: Jorgen Randers, uno dei coautori di I limiti dello sviluppo, fa il punto su quanto è successo e prova a delineare il futuro globale da qui al 2052. Vivremo sempre più nelle città, saremo più connessi e creativi, e dovremo trovare nuovi modi consistent with gestire le tensioni dovute alle diseguaglianze crescenti. Probabilmente l. a. popolazione non crescerà quanto previsto, con una riduzione degli impatti sulla biosfera, ma le rinnovabili non riusciranno a rimpiazzare i combustibili fossili in pace according to eliminare del tutto los angeles possibilità di un riscaldamento climatico catastrofico... Nessun settore è escluso, e Randers ci mette a disposizione una guida in step with interpretare e gestire le turbolenze dei prossimi quarant’anni.

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Due to the problems experienced in the SPC because of the nuclear test issue during the early 1960s as France shifted its nuclear tests from Algeria to its Pacific colonies, a new system was established that was to become the South Pacific Forum. The political leaders of Nauru, Fiji, Tonga, Western Samoa (now Samoa) and the Cook Islands jointly decided in 1971 to have a regional conference which they wanted Australia and New Zealand to attend as well (Fiji Times, 24 April 1971). Ratu Mara of Fiji was given the role of organiser.

V[1]) In parallel to this, the second paragraph stresses that the seized vessel shall be passed to the coastal state authorities as soon as possible. All these formulations seem to have a basis in a definition of surveillance that appeared in the FFA Report in 1988: Surveillance is the assertion of a coastal State’s sovereign rights over its EEZ. Its broad objective is to ensure that foreign vessels are complying with any treaties or arrangements in force and all relevant laws, acts and regulations of the state.

E. tuna) is one of the most highly migratory species, travelling over great distances through many different zones and the high seas, meant that regional cooperation had become the sine qua non for ocean management in the area. Although cooperation in the management of highly migratory species was required by UNCLOS III in Article 64, it was not the general opinion of the international arena that all the measures drawn up by UNCLOS III in relation to EEZs were to be accepted as customary practice in international law.

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