Bahamas, Denmark And Australia Technical Officials Conduct Workshop For Small Island Developing States On Climate Change And Maritime Boundaries

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in partnership with the Kingdom of Denmark and the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS) conducted a three-day workshop, May 7-9, 2024 at the National Training Agency on Gladstone Road -- geared to Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to address Climate Change and Maritime Boundaries. The initiative comprised government representatives involved in legal and technical aspects of climate change-related impacts on the Caribbean, with representatives from several Caribbean nations in attendance. In the photo, seated, from left: Anya Allen, Senior Legal Counsel, OAG; Unnamed Delegate from the Caribbean; Kevin Baumert, Legal Counsel, US Department of State; Robert Harris, Assistant Legal Adviser for East Asia and Pacific Affairs, US Department of State; Dr. Alejandra Torres Camprubi, Adjunct Professor on International Climate Change Law, IE University Law School and International Legal Counsel; Torres Luris; Professor Niels Andersen, Senior Chief Consultant, Department of Space and Technology, DTU Space/Technical University of Denmark; Professor Clive Schofield, Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong, Australia; Kimberley Lam, Head of the Maritime & Ocean Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Associate Professor Beatriz Martinez Romera, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen; Vladimir Jares, Director, Division of Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (DOALOS); and Keesha Bethell, FSO, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (BIS Photo/Mark Ford)
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Nassau, The Bahamas – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in partnership with the Kingdom of Denmark and the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS) conducted a three-day workshop, May 7-9, 2024 at the National Training Agency on Gladstone Road — geared to Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to address Climate Change and Maritime Boundaries.  The initiative comprised government representatives involved in legal and technical aspects of climate change-related impacts on the Caribbean, with representatives from several Caribbean nations in attendance.

In the photo, seated, from left:  Anya Allen, Senior Legal Counsel, OAG; Unnamed Delegate from the Caribbean; Kevin Baumert, Legal Counsel, US Department of State; Robert Harris, Assistant Legal Adviser for East Asia and Pacific Affairs, US Department of State; Dr. Alejandra Torres Camprubi, Adjunct Professor on International Climate Change Law, IE University Law School and International Legal Counsel; Torres Luris; Professor Niels Andersen, Senior Chief Consultant, Department of Space and Technology, DTU Space/Technical University of Denmark; Professor Clive Schofield, Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong, Australia; Kimberley Lam, Head of the Maritime & Ocean Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Associate Professor Beatriz Martinez Romera, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen; Vladimir Jares, Director, Division of Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (DOALOS); and Keesha Bethell, FSO, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.   (BIS Photo/Mark Ford)

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