News & Announcements

Stakeholders Invited to Comment on Revised Draft Regulations on Exploitation of Mineral Resources in the Area
JAMAICA, Kingston (30 August 2018) - - Members and  Observers of the Authority as well as other Stakeholders are invited to submit their comments on the revised draft regulations on exploitation of mineral resources in the Area (ISBA/24/LTC/WP.1/Rev.1 and ISBA/24/C/20) by 30 September 2018 to consultation@isa.org.jm. This follows general agreement at the 24th Session...

Open for Applications: Training Opportunities Under ISA Contractor Programme
JAMAICA, Kingston (24 August 2018) - - China Ocean Mineral Resources Research & Development Association (COMRA) and Ocean Mineral Singapore Pte Ltd (OMS) are offering training opportunities to candidates from developing States under their 2019 Training Programme. COMRA COMRA is offering six (6) at-sea training places.  Four (4) candidates with geological/...

ANNOUNCEMENT
The International Seabed Authority expresses its deep sorrow and heartfelt condolences to the United Nations community and the people and Government of Ghana for the passing of H.E. Kofi Annan, former Secretary General of the United Nations and Nobel Peace Laureate, on 18 August 2018.  The International Seabed Authority extends its condolences to the family of Mr....

ISA/IOM to Host Joint Workshop in Warsaw, Poland
JAMAICA, Kingston (2 August 2018) - - The International Seabed Authority, Interoceanmetal Joint Organization (IOM) and the Ministry of the Environment in Poland are jointly organizing a workshop on Processing Technologies, Metal Recoveries & Economic Feasibility of Deep Sea Mining at the Ministry of Environment in Warsaw, Poland 3-6 September, 2018. The...

ANNOUNCEMENT
The International Seabed Authority expresses its profound shock and sadness upon the death of Caitlyn L. Antrim of the United States.  Caitlyn passed away suddenly in Kingston, Jamaica on 28 July 2018, after attending the twenty-fourth session of the Assembly of the Authority.  As a founder member of the Rule of Law Committee for the Oceans, Caitlyn devoted her...

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