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2015 ICPC Plenary Meeting Call for Papers and Participation The next Plenary will be held in Hong Kong, 28-30 April 2015 in Le Meridien Cyberport in Telegraph Bay and the event's theme will be "Enhancing Submarine Cable Security and Co-operation in Balance with the Environment".
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2015 ICPC Plenary: Call for Papers

Monday, 08 December 2014

The theme for the 2015 Plenary will be: "Enhancing Submarine Cable Security and Co-operation in Balance with the Environment."

2015 ICPC Plenary Call for Papers
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Submarine Cables in the Sargasso Sea: Final Workshop Report Published

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

The final workshop report, "Submarine Cables in the Sargasso Sea: Legal and Environmental Issues in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction," has been released by the co-sponsors: Sargasso Sea Commission, Centre for International Law of the National University of Singapore (CIL), George Washington University Law School, and the International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC). This report is the first ever multidisciplinary effort by scientists, the submarine cable industry, and government experts from Bermuda, the United Kingdom and the United States to study and report on environmental impacts of modern submarine fibre-optic telecommunications cables in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ) and the high seas. This unique work was compiled from presentations, papers, and discussions at the workshop which was held on 23 October 2014 at George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. The 49 page report highlights the value of collaborative work by 40 experts and participants working together in a candid exchange of data and views concerning the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and the ABNJ/high seas environment. A copy of the Full Report can be downloaded below.

Submarine Cables in the Sargasso Sea: Final Workshop Report
Adobe Acrobat Document (.pdf) - 3.45 MB



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