ISSUES: By allowing forest spraying, does Canada breach its legal obligations under the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)?


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ISSUES: By allowing forest spraying, does Canada breach its legal obligations under the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)?

By Art MacKay in OCEAN LIFE

4 pages, published 4/15/2020

This whole concern about Canada’s legal obligation relative to ocean pollution made me revisit my files on UNCLOS. It seems that I remembered that Canada has some serious legal obligations relative to the impacts of forest and agricultural sprays, fracking wastes, brine dumping and other pollutants on shared waters and the ocean that it holds in trust under the agreement.
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