April 19, 2019

Standing on the Shoulders of Science Above the South China Sea Fray

Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions
Standing on the Shoulders of Science Above the South China Sea Fray

The waters of the South China Sea face environmental peril that is "inseparable from the territorial disputes that plague it." Scientific cooperation is an action without legitimate substitute in the region and can offer a chart for protecting marine environments while enjoying their bounty sustainably, write the Nicholas Institute's Jackson Ewing and the University of South Carolina's James Borton in East Asia Forum.