Paul G. Harris and Erika Techera (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Marine Governance and Global Environmental Change (Routledge, under contract). The Routledge Handbook of Marine Governance and Global Environmental Change is a unique and comprehensive treatment of marine environmental governance in the Anthropocene. It is divided into eight sections. The first section describes the importance and challenges of governing the marine environment as global change accelerates. The second section takes an historical look at marine environmental change, describes the latest science on climate change and oceans, and highlights the major consequences of global change for governing seas, oceans and coasts. The third section describes the key state and non-state actors involved in, and impacted by, marine governance as global environmental change becomes more prominent. The fourth section explores the international negotiations, agreements and laws for marine governance. The fifth section examines the governance challenges that climate change presents for selected ecosystems. The sixth section highlights many of the most important recurring issues and themes in marine governance amidst global change. The seventh section features real-world case studies illustrating marine governance challenges of global environmental change in selected countries and ocean regions. The final section critically assesses the prospects for effective governance of the marine environment in the future.