Conservancy of Marine Life: An Insight to International Law

  • Saumyashree Sahoo and Debabala Nayak
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  • Saumyashree Sahoo

    Student at KIIT School of Law, India

  • Debabala Nayak

    Student at KIIT School of Law, India

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The marine world in the present scenario has been one of the important aspects to be dealt with as to control on the balance of life in the ecosystem. With the advance technology and urbanisation there has been a lot of changes in the life style and with the environment. The absence of proper ways to enforce the laws has made it very difficult to conserve the environment. The environment we survive in is the most necessary area to be taken care of. One such aspect to be looked after immediately would be the marine world. There has been numerous species or otherwise called as aqua animals and plants whose importance cannot be neglected. There are some organisms in the aquatic area that are responsible for the generation of oxygen and sequester carbon. Without marine world it would not create the perfect balance for us to live in the terrestrial area. With the growing concern we need to conserve the marine world i.e. the way it is getting polluted and the resources being misused by the people. Many endangered species of the marine world have started being extinct and few are in great trouble. It is very necessary to protect them as part of our nature. This research paper would mainly subject on how the laws that have been made should be taken into limelight and the same marine world being internationally governed so that countries on their behalf have control over it. The conservation is one of the highlighting issues that if not taken care of would be a huge disaster.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 2, Page 2014 - 2026


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