Legal Hurdles

“A Pragmatic, Evolutionary Path to Orbital Debris Removal via Customary International Law”, UNOOSA

“Space Debris and the Law”, Frans von der Dunk, Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Space Debris, 19-21 March 2001

"Active Space Debris Removal: Needs, Implications and Recommendations for Today’s Geopolitical Environment", Megan Ansdell, Princeton University Journal of International and Public Affairs, Volume 21, Spring 2010

“Overview of the Legal and Policy Challenges of Orbital Debris Removal”, Brian Weeden, 61st IAC, Paper ID: 7362, 2010

“Confronting Space Debris: Strategies and Warnings from Comparable Examples Including Deepwater Horizon”, Dave Baiocchi, William Welser IV, RAND Corporation, 2010

“Towards Long-term Sustainability of Space Activities: Overcoming the Challenges of Space Debris”, A Report of the International Interdisclipinary Congress on Space Debris, Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, Scientific and Technical Subcommittee, Forty-Eighth Session, Vienna February 7-18, 2011

“Orbital Debris: Time to Remove”, Jerome Levin, Jerome Pearson, Joe Carroll, John Oldson, Google TechTalk, August 11, 2011

“Space Debris Removal for a Sustainable Space Environment”, Christopher Lehnert, Former Research Intern at ESPI, European Space Policy Institute, ESPI Perspectives No. 52, September 2011

“Active Debris Removal — An Essential Mechanism for Ensuring the Safety and Sustainability of Outer Space”, A Report of the International Interdisciplinary Congress on Space Debris Remediation and On-Orbit Satellite Servicing, Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space Scientific and Technical Subcommittee Forty-Ninth Session Vienna, 6-17 February 2012 Item 14 of the draft provisional agenda* Long-term sustainability of outer space activities, January 27, 2012

“Legal Issues Surrounding Space Debris Remediation”, Michael Listner, Space Safety Magazine, July 6, 2012

“Conceptualizing an Economically, Legally and Politically Viable Active Debris Removal Option”, Matteo Emanuelli, Tiffany Chow, Deva Prasad, Giulia Federico, Joshua Loughman, Space Generation Advisory Cum in 1 (SGAC), November 2014

“Space Debris Remediation: An International Relations Approach”, Anastasia Medvedeva, Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, Thesis, May 2015

“Policy Aspects of Space Debris and Space Sustainability”, Stardust Keynote, Stardust Global Virtual Workshop, January 19-22, 2016

“Workshop on Principles for Safe and Responsible Active Debris Removal”, Summary Report, Secure World Foundation, May 26, 2017

“U. S. Space Policy, Organizational Incentives, and Orbital Debris Removal”, Brian Weeden, The Space Review, October 30, 2017

“Trash in the Skies III: Prospects for Active Removal of Space Debris”, Secure World Foundation, November 2, 2017

“Forwarding Multilateral Space Governance: Next Steps for the International Community”, Theresa Hitchens, CISSM Working Paper, Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland, August 2018

“Space Law and China”, Fabio Tronchetti, February 2019

“Overcoming Legal, Policy, and Economic Hurdles for Active Debris Removal”, Brian Weeden, OECD Workshop on Economics of Space Debris, Montreal, Canada, June 19-20, 2019

“Written Testimony of Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz Before the Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology United States House of Representatives", July 10, 2019