Environmental laws and regulations
OACM governance in the decision making of integration and development of new global laws and regulations is one of its main focuses in order to preserve and protect the world’s natural resources, obtain the ocean’s sustainability, keep intact the biodiversity, ecological processes and preserve aquatic and marine life.
OACM helps and supports its members with valuable information gathered globally by its members with already integrated laws and directives to create and develop new laws and regulations which can be integrated in governmental infrastructure for effective environment protection.
The current global problem is the slow decision making and lack of strong political will in introducing and implementing environmental protection laws in general, which could make significant changes - and this is one of the OACM’s main concerns and priorities.
OACM’s outside-of-the-box approach in gathering vital information from its members provides them with necessary knowledge and experience in accelerating the process of integration of the new laws and regulations in governmental institutions, which will play a vital role in preserving the ocean and environment. The laws and legal regulations in environmental protection are mainly obstructed by the financial losses in the corporate sector, which the OACM has intercepted in early development phase and has set in motion the goal to create a modern collaboration method and platform for all stakeholders, both government and corporate.
OACM has achieved remarkable results in the government and corporate collaboration field and has already integrated certain methods with satisfactory results that benefit all parties. This outcome can support the national institutions in charge of legal regulations in implementing new laws without profit loss. OACM pioneership in providing fast solutions for legal decisions made by governments will define its global effectiveness in environment and ocean preservation.