Originally published in 1980, this book by a group of international lawyers and experts from the energy industries suggests ways in which the law may have to change to cope with developments in the oil and nuclear energy industries and the way they impact on marine pollution. Incorporating issues arising on an international and comparative basis, the book discusses the approaches made to marine pollution problems by the UK, EU and USA.
Part 1: Oil Pollution 1. The Legal Framework Douglas J. Cusine and John P. Grant 2. The Role of IMCO in Combating Marine Pollution Robin Churchill 3. Enforcement of the International Laws for Prevention of Oil Pollution from Vessels Patricia Birnie 4. The Role of the Oil Majors and Others as Oil Transporters Gordon L. Becker 5. The Lessons of the Ekofisk Bravo Blow-Out Carl A. Fleischer 6. The Role of Insurance and Reinsurance Samir Mankabady Part 2: Pollution from Sources Other Than Oil 7. Dumping at Sea Philip Kunig 8. Pollution from Land-based Sources D. Alastair Bigham 9. Nuclear Pollution of the Marine Environment: Some Recent Controls Angelantonio D. M. Forte Part 3: Comparisons 10. Land-based Marine Pollution in the European Community D. Alastair Bigham 11. Liability for Oil Pollution: United States Law Allan I. Mendelsohn and Eugene R. Fidell
The volumes in this set, originally published between 1931 and 1997 make major contributions to applied climatology. They include environmental debates about greenhouse gases, ozone, acid rain and land, water and air pollution and discuss: