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Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing Control in the Exclusive Economic Zone: a Brief Appraisal of Regulatory Deficits and Accountability Strategies

. Estimating the Worldwide Extent of Illegal Fishing. PLoS ONE 4, no. 2. Agnew D. J. Pearce J. Pramod G. Peatman T. Watson R. Beddington J. R. Pitcher T.J. 2009 Estimating the Worldwide Extent of Illegal Fishing PLoS ONE 4 2 Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks. 1995. 2167 UNTS 3. Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United

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The Environmental Situation in the Visegrad Region: Neglect and Insufficient Cooperation in the Face of Serious Environmental Threats

September 2017). Transdanubian Research Department (TRD) (n.d.): International Research Programs, available at: http://www.rkk.hu/en/dti/scientific_activities/international_research_programmes.html (14 April 2018). Turnock, D. (2001a): Environmental problems and policies in East Central Europe: A changing agenda. GeoJournal 54: 485-505. Turnock, D. (2001b): Cross‑border conservation in East Central Europe: The Danube‑Carpathian complex and the contribution of the World Wide Fund for Nature. GeoJournal 54: 655

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State Traditions and Language Regimes: A Historical Institutionalism Approach to Language Policy

-24. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. ROMAINE, Suzanne. 2015 (forthcoming). Language and Sustainable Development: Integrating the Economics of Language Policy with Poverty Reduction and Biodiversity Conservation. In: Bengt-Arne Wickström, Michele Gazzola (eds), The Economics of Language Policy. Boston: MIT Press. SAFRAN, William. 2010. Political Science and Politics. In: Joshua A. Fishman, Ofelia García Language (eds), & Ethnic Identity Volume 1, Disciplinary & Regional Perspectives. 49-69. Oxford: Oxford University Press. SCHIFFMAN

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Cooperation for forest protection in Southeast Asia: the role of Japan and its domestic interest groups

-460. Sagara, M., 2009. A Twenty-Year History of a Forest NGO in Japan. For. Econ. Res. 55, pp. 65-74. San-in Godo Bank, 2007. Survey on environmental awareness and financial products (Kankyō ishiki to kinyushōhin ni kan suru ankēto). Schreurs, M. A., 1997. State soveregnity, in: Hashmi, S.H. (Ed.), Conservation, Development and State Sovereignty: Japan and the Tropical Timbers of Southeast Asia. Penn State Press. Schreurs, M. A., 2004. Assessing Japan’s Role as a Global Environmental Leader.Policy Soc. 23, pp. 88

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Coffee: An Indian Ocean Perspective

Narration of a Sufi Past. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Lyon, S., 2007. Maya Coffee Farmers and Fair Trade: Assessing the Benefits and Limitations of Alternative Markets, Culture and Agriculture 29(2), pp.100-112. McStocker, R., 1987. The Indonesian Coffee Industry, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 23(1), pp.40-69. Moseley, B., 1792. A Treatise Concerning the Properties and Effects of Coffee. London: J. Sewell. Méndez, V.E., 2008. Farmers’ Livelihoods and Biodiversity Conservation in a Coffee

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