MARINE ENVIRONMENT Sample Clauses

MARINE ENVIRONMENT. (a) Australia and East Timor shall co-operate to protect the marine environment of the JPDA so as to prevent and minimise pollution and other environmental harm from petroleum activities. Special efforts shall be made to protect marine animals including marine mammals, seabirds, fish and coral. Australia and East Timor shall consult as to the best means to protect the marine environment of the JPDA from the harmful consequences of petroleum activities.
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MARINE ENVIRONMENT. 1. The Commission shall adopt conservation and management measures for the protection of the marine ecosystems in which target fisheries, and associated or dependent species, occur. Such measures may include:
MARINE ENVIRONMENT. 1. The Meeting of Parties shall adopt conservation and management measures for the protection of habitats in the Area on which target fisheries, and associated or dependent species, are reliant. Such measures may include:
MARINE ENVIRONMENT. Australia and East Timor shall co-operate to protect the marine environment of the JPDA so as to prevent and minimise pollution and other environmental harm from petroleum activities. Special efforts shall be made to protect marine animals including marine mammals, seabirds, fish and coral. Australia and East Timor shall consult as to the best means to protect the marine environment of the JPDA from the harmful consequences of petroleum activities. Where pollution of the marine environment occurring in the JPDA spreads beyond the JPDA, Australia and East Timor shall co-operate in taking action to prevent, mitigate and eliminate such pollution. The Designated Authority shall issue regulations to protect the marine environment in the JPDA. It shall establish a contingency plan for combating pollution from petroleum activities in the JPDA. Limited liability corporations or limited liability entities shall be liable for damage or expenses incurred as a result of pollution of the marine environment arising out of petroleum activities within the JPDA in accordance with: their contract, licence or permit or other form of authority issued pursuant to this Treaty; and the law of the jurisdiction (Australia or East Timor) in which the claim is brought.

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