MONOGRAPH SERIES VI: GLOBAL SPACE GOVERNANCE AND THE UN 2030 AGENDA
Kerkonian, Aram Daniel
Item #: 1006522
Pages: v, 271p.
Published: Montreal; Centre for Research in Air and Space Law; 2018.
Subjects: AERONAUTICS/SPACE LAW, INTERNATIONAL LAW
This book contains selected papers initially presented at the 5th Manfred Lachs Conference on “Global Space Governance and the UN 2030 Agenda (for Sustainable Development Goals).” The general theme of the Conference aligned with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which consists of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet, ensure prosperity for all and promote global peace and “argues for stronger space governance and … calls for strengthened space cooperation and coordination mechanisms at the international, regional, interregional and national levels.” Global governance of outer space activities refers primarily to the framework for governing international cooperation in the use of outer space for peaceful purposes and for the benefit and in the interests of all countries.
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