International Conference on Regional Cooperation for the Protection of the Marine Environment
International Conference on
Regional Cooperation for the Protection of the Marine Environment
15–16 January 2019, Singapore
Registration Fee: S$300 nett per person / Draft Programme
Protection of the marine environment in Southeast Asia faces particular challenges, some of which may be more effectively resolved through the cooperative efforts of states in the region. This conference will investigate cooperative efforts by the numerous existing regional bodies and possible ways forward to improve the state of the marine environment in the region.
The NUS Centre for International Law (CIL) is hosting an international conference in Singapore on 15-16 January 2019.
It will bring together experts in this area to discuss the current international and regional arrangements and possible governance models and best practices from other regions. There will also be the opportunity to discuss plastics and ship source pollution as key marine environmental issues in Southeast Asia. The particular challenges and prospects in the region will also be explored, including legal and political issues, the role of science, and financial assistance. The final discussion will centre on the way forward and prospects for enhanced cooperation within ASEAN.
The conference is being organised with the support of the K. G. Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea, UiT Arctic University of Norway
To register for the workshop, please complete the online registration form. Registration closes on 9 January 2019, 11.59pm (Singapore Time). If you have any questions, please email Ms Gerry Ng (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Accommodation (Conference Negotiated Rate) at Four Points by Sheraton, Riverview
Deluxe Room with Daily Breakfast and internet access
Single—S$190++ per room per night / S$223.63 with taxes included
Twin/Double—S$210++ per room per night / S$247.17 with taxes included
On a first come, first served basis. Rooms are subject to availability.
For reservations, please email Mr Lawrence Teh (email@example.com)