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 Title & Authors
Enactment Trend and Implication of the Polar Code in IMO
Seo, Dae-Won; Kim, Dae-Heon; Ha, Tae-Bum;
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 Abstract
As global warming continues, the rate of ice melting in polar regions is increasing rapidly. The interest related to north polar route is increasing among not only countries near Arctic ocean but also the other countries, In the past, the classification society rule related to a design and operation of ship operating in polar area has been primarily amended by Russia, Norway and Finland located near Artic area. However recently International Maritime Organization decided to legislate the Polar Code to ensure safety of a ship operating in Arctic and Antarctic Ocean, and it is scheduled to be completed until 2014. The present paper focuses on the survey of the current enactment trends of Polar Code and suggests the confrontational strategy in related organization.
 Keywords
Polar Code;North Pole Route;IMO;Polar region;Classification society rule;
 Language
Korean
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