ContentsPreface VIIunclos Marine Pollution Contingency Planning: Can States Move from Disaster Relief to Disaster Risk Reduction? 1Marine Contingency Planning in Australia 13Warwick GullettAn Overview of Canada’s “On-the-Water” Oil Spill Preparedness and Response Regime 41Ted L. McDormanChina’s Practice in Marine Environmental Contingency Planning 62Keyuan Zou and Jiayi WangJapan’s Legal Regime for Preventing and Controlling Accidental Discharges of Oil and Hazardous and Noxious Substances from Ships and Offshore Facilities 83Chie KojimaMarine Environmental Contingency Planning in Korea 98Jee Hyun Choi and Seokwoo LeeContingency Planning for Marine Pollution in Malaysia 111Mary GeorgeThe Evolution of Mexico’s Marine National Contingency Plan 126Alfonso Ascencio-HerreraMarine Contingency Planning in the Republic of the Philippines 162Jay L. BatongbacalMarine Environmental Contingency Planning in Singapore 179Denise CheongThe United States National Contingency Plan: Learning from Gaps in the System 201Anastasia TelesetskyConclusion: Improving National and Regional Marine Pollution Contingency Planning 223Index 229

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State Practice in Asia-Pacific States


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