Richesses et misères des océans : Conservation, Ressources et Frontières

Abstract : Wealth and miseries of the oceans: Conservation, Resources and Borders The protection of the marine environment is the objective of the law of the ocean, in its international, regional and national dimensions. It ensures the coherence of a complex right. It is at the heart of offshore gas and oil exploitation and environmental liabilities. The European Union has developed a maritime safety policy, safeguarding human life at sea. The protection of human rights is essential for the new coastguard and border guard agency. Human Sea – “It’s necessary to make the Sea more human“. The development of human activities at sea - “What legal framework?”. The European research programme, ERC Advanced Grant No. 340770 in 2013, directed by professor Patrick CHAUMETTE, University of Nantes, deals with technological developments and their consequences on maritime activities, on the Law of the Sea and Maritime Law.
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Patrick Chaumette (coord), Gaëtan Balan, Serge Beslier, Carole Billet, Chahira Boutayeb, et al.. Richesses et misères des océans : Conservation, Ressources et Frontières. Programme ERC Human Sea. GOMILEX, pp.1-428, 2018, Patrick Chaumette, 978-84-17279-02-8. ⟨hal-01984841⟩



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