Bilde av Andreassen, Ingrid Solstad
Bilde av Andreassen, Ingrid Solstad
Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea ingrid.s.andreassen@uit.no +4777644184 Tromsø TEO-H4 4.317

Ingrid Solstad Andreassen



  • Elise Johansen, Irene Vanja Dahl, Alexander Lott, Philipp Peter Nickels, Ingrid Solstad Andreassen :
    A Marine-Biology-Centric Definition of Ocean Connectivity and the Law of the Sea
    Arctic Review on Law and Politics 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Vito De Lucia, Ingrid Solstad Andreassen :
    Climate Litigation in Norway. A Preliminary Assessment
    DPCE Online 2020 FULLTEKST
  • Elise Johansen, Margherita Paola Poto, Iva Parlov, Ingrid Solstad Andreassen, Alexander Lott, Jan Jakub Solski et al.:
    Ocean Connectivity and Law
    2021
  • Maria Madalena das Neves, Ingrid Solstad Andreassen :
    Miljø-, energi-, og havrett knyttet til Klimasøksmålet Arktis, og dets påvirkning
    2021
  • Ingrid Solstad Andreassen :
    The Ecosystem Approach in International Fisheries Law: Evaluating the role and potential of Regional Fisheries Management Organizations
    2020

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    Research interests

    I am currently writing a PhD with the title "The Ecosystem Approach in International Fisheries Law: Evaluating the role and potential of Regional Fisheries Management Organizations".

    The aim of the project is to examine how the ecosystem approach to fisheries is implemented within the framework of the different Tuna-RFMOs, whether there has been a development of the ecosystem approach to fisheries within these RFMOs, if the ecosystem approach to fisheries is implemented in decision-making and compliance mechanisms and how successful these RFMOs are with regard to the protection of marine ecosystems.

    My general research interests focus on several areas of law, including the law of the sea, environmental law, international human rights law and public international law. 

    Teaching

    Enviromental law. 


    Member of research group



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