The Evolution of Marine Spatial Planning in New Zealand: Past, Present and Possible Future (2016)
© 2016 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands. This article explores marine spatial planning (MSP) as it is being developed in New Zealand. It breaks down the global concept of MSP into six core principles and evaluates the extent to which New Zealand implements these principles within its ocean governance regime. The article concludes with brief recommendations for developing MSP in New Zealand in the future.
CitationScott KN (2016). The Evolution of Marine Spatial Planning in New Zealand: Past, Present and Possible Future. International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law. 31(4). 652-689.
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Keywordsmarine spatial planning (MSP); New Zealand; ocean governance; principles
ANZSRC Fields of Research48 - Law and legal studies::4803 - International and comparative law::480309 - Ocean law and governance
48 - Law and legal studies::4802 - Environmental and resources law::480203 - Environmental law
44 - Human society::4407 - Policy and administration::440704 - Environment policy
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