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Responses to calls for evidence

Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute's most recent responses to call for evidence:

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Commercial Insurance Reinsurance Regulation

Read Dr Johanna Hjalmarsson, Dr Meixian Song, Dr Wassim Dbouk, and Dr Konstantinos Serdaris' consultation response to this inquiry by the House of Lords Industry and Regulators Committee

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Domestic Maritime Decarbonisation

Read Prof Stephen Turnock, Prof Damon Teagle, Prof Dominic Hudson, Dr Wassim Dbouk, Panagiotis Manias, and Charlie McKinlay’s response to DfT’s consultation on Domestic Maritime Demonstration

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Electronic Trade Documents

Read Dr Jenny Jingbo Zhang and Professor Liang Zhao's response to the Law Commissions’ Consultation Paper Digital Assets: Electronic Trade Documents


Draft Joint Fisheries Statement

Read Professor Paul Kemp's consultation response to the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs Draft Joint Fisheries Statement.


UNCLOS: fit for purpose in the 21st century?

Read Dr Alexandros Ntovas and Prof Andrew Serdy’s responses to the International Relations and Defence Committee inquiry on “UNCLOS: fit for purpose in the 21st century?” 

Environmental Principles

Environmental Principles

Dr Wassim Dbouk recently responded to a DEFRA consultation on the Draft Policy Statement on Environmental Principles. Read the response and what this development could mean for the UK’s Marine Strategy.

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Climate Change: Offshore wind

Read Prof Susan Gourvenec’s response to the Parliament’s inquiry on “Technological Innovations and Climate Change: Offshore Wind”


Climate Change: Hydrogen

Read the UoS’s response to the Environmental Audit Committee’s call for evidence on “Technological Innovations and Climate Change: Hydrogen”

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Response to the 2030 Strategic Framework

Read Professor Chris Hauton, Professor Jack Corbett, Dr Jasmin Godbold and Dr Maria Baker’s consultation response on the 2030 Strategic Framework for International Climate and Nature Action.

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