Ocean Management & Planning in the United States: From Competition to Cooperation

Journal Article

Title: Ocean Management & Planning in the United States: From Competition to Cooperation
Authors: Heimes, R.
Publication Date:
September 21, 2010
Journal: Annuaire de Droit Maritime et Océanique
Volume: 1
Pages: 1-19
Publisher: Social Science Research Network
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Heimes, R. (2010). Ocean Management & Planning in the United States: From Competition to Cooperation. Annuaire de Droit Maritime et Océanique, 1, 1-19.
Abstract: 

The history of US marine and ocean law involves numerous federal statutes and government agencies. It also involves acrimony with state governments over offshore oil and gas drilling and its associated pollution. Faced with the opportunity for offshore renewable energy development -- such as wind, wave and tidal facilities -- states have been leaders in creating marine spatial plans to streamline regulatory and permitting practices and accommodate multiple, varied and increasing uses of coastal and marine areas. The federal government has plans, now, to follow suit with regional coastal and marine spatial plans. To be successful, state and federal governments must cooperate.

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