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Enhance the conservation and sustainable use of oceans and their resources by implementing the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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  1. Coastal Conservation Organizations: Protect coastal environments often work on implementing and enforcing regulations related to maritime activities to preserve the health of marine ecosystems.

  2. Harbor Authorities: Manage and regulate maritime activities within their jurisdiction, ensuring compliance with international sea laws.

  3. Fishing Associations: Enforce regulations related to sustainable fishing practices and compliance with international fisheries laws.

  4. Environmental NGOs: Engage in local initiatives to enforce international sea laws related to pollution control and biodiversity conservation.

  5. Maritime Safety Organizations: Implement and enforce regulations related to ship safety, navigation, and emergency response in accordance with international maritime laws.

  6. Coast Guard Units: Enforce international sea laws related to safety, security, and search and rescue operations within their territorial waters.

  7. Marine Patrols: Monitor and enforce compliance with international maritime regulations.

  8. Community-based Maritime Watch Groups: Monitor and report any violations of international sea laws, acting as a community watchdog.

  9. Educational Institutions: Engage in awareness programs and research initiatives that contribute to the understanding and enforcement of international sea laws.

  10. Local Government Maritime Departments: Local governments bodies often have agencies responsible for maritime affairs, including the implementation and enforcement of international sea laws within their jurisdictions.

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