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Salmon, which spawns in freshwater but lives in seawater) in the high seas in accordance with Art. 66, para. , 2005). g. seamounts or cold-water coral reefs; UNGA, 2004; CBD, 2004b), and the scale of illegal and unregulated fishing (FAO, 2001), necessitate rapid identification and implementation of solutions for marine protection in the high seas. In view of the clear will of the international community to step up use of marine protected areas as a tool, action is needed to improve provisions pertaining to MPAs in the high seas under international law.
With a view to supporting cross-border conservation efforts, it would be useful to explore whether it would be worthwhile developing a protocol to the CBD on protected areas in the medium term based on the findings of the current Working Group. Such a protocol should cover the whole spectrum of protected areas and not merely MPAs. • The informal Working Group of the General Assembly of the United Nations on marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction has taken the first step towards closing the gap in international law regarding MPAs in the high seas.
Recent efforts to reduce fisheries subsidies in the context of the WTO are welcomed by WBGU. This relates particularly to subsidies in the OECD countries and especially in the EU (SRU, 2004). The possibility of negative social and ecological consequences arising as a result of cuts in subsidies, particularly in developing countries, due to the search for new ways of earning an income or alternative ways of exploiting the natural environment, must be explored and, where appropriate, taken into account.