In the coming decades, the Antarctic Treaty system will continue to prove the resilience and value of multilateral cooperation.
What does ATS stand for?
ATS stands for Antarctic Treaty System
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He pointed to the Antarctic Treaty system as a potential model, which came into effect in 1961 with the aim of demilitarizing Antarctica and setting aside territorial disputes.
Kennicutt says the Antarctic Treaty System that governs the continent has worked well since it was established in 1962 and that 50 countries currently adhere to the treaty, but it is under pressure today from global climate changes and the ever-present interest in the area's natural resources, from fish to krill to oil to gas to minerals.
The Cabinet approved Pakistans accession to the Antarctic Treaty System.
and to support all the legal instruments of the Antarctic Treaty System (ATS), including the (1998) Antarctic-Environmental Protocol," Chile's Chamber of Deputies said in a statement.
It is, therefore, not surprising that Australia is an active member of the Antarctic Treaty System.
The nature of the beast is altering,' he says, 'and that poses questions as to how well the Antarctic Treaty system can manage it.
Once the survey work was completed, all the old bases were either totally dismantled or closed up as heritage sites under the Antarctic Treaty System.