International Whaling Commission
This article is a report on the sixty-fifth meeting of the International Whaling Commission in 2014. The author discusses the important results of this meeting, the first since the Commission moved to biennial meetings, including the re-authorisation of Denmark’s Greenland aboriginal subsistence whaling hunt and the defeat of a refined proposal for a South Atlantic whale sanctuary.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Keywords: Environmental law; International Whaling Commission; New Zealand; Denmark; South Atlantic
Research Type: Journal Article