Centre for International Trade Law of National Law University Odisha proposes to bring out an edited book with a multidisciplinary approach on Fisheries Conservation and Trade in Fisheries: Towards Sustainable Use. Sustainable use of natural resources is very pivotal for ensuring long term prosperity and to prevent extinction of resources. Fisheries are one such natural resource which is over exploited. There is no doubt that fisheries have contributed significantly to global food security, livelihoods for many and not to mention the economy of the country. Fisheries play a crucial role in ensuring food security, employment as well as in livelihood in many countries, especially in developing countries and least developed countries. There has been a growth in seafood trade with the increased exports from the developing countries and with the advancement in storage and preservation technologies.
About the Centre
The Centre for International Trade Law is a research centre of National Law University Odisha established in 2015. The Centre has three faculty members- Prof. Sheela Rai, Ms. Eluckiaa A. and Mr. Kapil Sharma and it currently has 12 student members. The Centre has been constantly engaged in research in the field of international trade law. The Centre has already published a book in collaboration with Cambridge Scholars Press on Trade Facilitation and the WTO edited by Prof. Sheela Rai and Prof. Jane Winn. The Centre is also in the process of publishing a six volume work on Appellate Body Reports.
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