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Governing the oceans

10. The future of ocean governance

Governance of sovereign and common pool resources

Summary

Ocean governance is complex and influenced by multiple drivers and actors with different worldviews and goals. In this paper, we address the question of how to move towards more sustainable ocean governance over the next decade. We address three major risks to oceans that arise from governance-related issues:
1) the impacts of the overexploitation of marine resources;
2) inequitable distribution of access to and benefits from marine ecosystem services, and
3) inadequate or inappropriate adaptation to changing ocean conditions.
Along with these risks, we have identified actions, which can reduce these governance-related risks and lead to the More Sustainable Future.

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Lead Investigators

Bianca Haas

Mary Mackay

Mary Mackay

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere / CMS

Anchor

Marcus Haward

Marcus Haward

Co-Authors

Meet our fellow team members who contribute to the success of this project.

Karen Alexander

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Joanna Vince

Politics and International Relations, School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania
Carolina Garcia

Carolina Garcia

Danielle Smith

Jan McDonald

Phillipa McCormack

Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania / CMS

Yannick Rousseau

Camilla Novaglio

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere / CMS
Fabio Boschetti

Fabio Boschetti

Jeff McGee

Lyn Goldsworthy

Lyn Goldsworthy

Carla Sbrocchi

Carla Sbrocchi

Maree Fudge

Maree Fudge

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / University of Tasmania / CMS

Chris Wilcox

CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere

Leo Dutra

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere / Centre for Marine Socioecology / School of Marine Studies, The University of the South Pacific

Liam Fullbrook

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania / CMS / PandIR UTAS
Erica Spain

Erica Spain

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / Antarctic Gateway Partnership

Michael Murunga

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Ian Dutton

Rob Stephenson

Rob Stephenson

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