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This section contains the list of reference articles of international materials, legislation, jurisprudence, government documents, secondary and other materials that occur in the book titled From Shipbreaking to Sustainable Ship Recycling. Shipbreaking has stood out in sharp contrast to the otherwise substantial body of international regulation for maritime safety, environmental protection and security, mostly under the auspices of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), and work safety regulation of the International Labour Organization (ILO). Shipbreaking somehow fell between the cracks of international regulation.

Keywords: Jurisprudence; ship recycling; shipbreaking



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