The Politics of Marine Biodiversity Data
Global and National Policies and Practices of Monitoring the Oceans
An ERC Project
MARIPOLDATA is a research project funded by the European Research Council from November 2018 to October 2023. The MARIPOLDATA research team develops and applies a new interdisciplinary and multi-scale approach to study new forms of power at the intersection between science, policy and politics.
Reported by Bekki Parrish NERC-funded Policy Intern (May – July 2019) and Kate McNeil, CSaP Communications Coordinator. Coinciding with the ongoing negotiations on legal instruments to protect marine biological diversity under the United Nation Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), CSaP convened a roundtable in conjunction with Dr Alice Vadrot, Assistant Professor and […]
On the 10th and 11th of September, the MARIPOLDATA project hosted a workshop on conceptual and methodological frameworks and approaches for research at global environmental negotiations. The workshop built strongly on the work by Hughes and Vadrot on Methodological Innovation in the Study of Global Environmental Agreement Making and was held in relation to the […]
Over one hundred governments are currently negotiating a new legally binding instrument for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ). The new agreement is to address four broad themes: marine genetic resources (MGRs); area-based management tools (ABMTs), including marine protected areas (MPAs); environmental impact assessments (EIAs); and capacity building and the transfer of marine technology (CB&TT). This systematic review examines the main priority topics and recommendations in a sample of 140 multidisciplinary, geographically diverse publications.
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This article investigates the geographical structure of international scientific cooperation in marine biodiversity research based on the analysis of bibliometric English language data from international scientific journals from 1990 until 2018 and analyses international cooperation patterns both within and across regions.
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Beitrag: Juliane Nagiller
Gast: Alice Vadrot Maritime
Artenvielfalt soll in der „Dekade der Ozeane“ mit einem neuen internationalen Schutzabkommen erhalten werden.
The best of all worlds
Artist, diplomat or researcher? Alice Vadrot considers her chosen career path – research – to be the “best of all worlds”. At the University of Vienna, the research interests of this political scientist and former FWF Schrödinger fellow include worldwide policy considerations on the protection of biodiversity, as well as the difficult question: who owns the sea?
This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 804599 – MARIPOLDATA – ERC-2018-STG)