East Asia Regional Round (EARR) of the Stetson IEMCC 2016-2017

Federal States of Aeolia v. Republic of Rinnuco

Ocean Fertilization and Marine Biodiversity

Seungmin P. Jung

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  • Registration Period : October 2016
  • Submission of Memorial : – November 14 2016
  • Registration Fee : $ 150 – 260 USD
  • Contact Point
    • Prof. Ihm, Sahng Hyeog (truthfinder@ssu.ac.kr)
    • T.A. Park Hyebin (gld0486@ssu.ac.kr)
  • Team Members: Hee Dong, Seungmin, Jiseok, Soo Jeong, Hyun Jin, …
  • Analysis of the Record
    • Issue #01: Whether International Court of Justice (ICJ) has jurisdiction over the dispute between Aeolia and Rinnuco regarding the ocean fertilization project conducted by Rinnuco. [ Summary of Facts ]
    • Issue #02: If so, whether Rinnuco was in violation of public international law regarding the ocean fertilization project. [ Summary of Facts ]
    • Treaties at Issue:
      • 1996 Protocol to the Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and Other Matter (London Convention)
        • 1972 London Protocol
        • Resolution LC-LP.1 (2008)
        • Resolution LC-LP.2 (2010)
        • Resolution LC-LP.4
      • Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
      • United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)
      • Convention on Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS)
      • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
        • Kyoto Protocol to the UNFCCC
        • Doha Amendment to the Kyoto Protocol
        • Paris Agreement
    • United Nations General Assembly Resolution
      • UNGA Resolution 66/288
      • UNGA Resolution 62/215
      • UNGA Resolution 67/78
    • Legal Principles at Issue
      • Precautionary Principle
    • Customary International Laws at Issue
      • Duty Not to Cause Trans-boundary Harm

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Joining in 2010, Seungmin is a Founding Member of and Senior Partner at Yonsei ULS. Please be advised: the comment, writing, or column does not represent  the official position of YULS.

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