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L’articulation entre universalisme et régionalisme dans la protection de l’environnement marin et côtier des mers régionales : l’exemple de la Région de la Grande Caraïbe

Abstract : The marine and coastal environment of the Caribe’s region contains important natural resources. It offers significant opportunities to the coastal population and to the border Stats in terms of subsistence and development. However, this environment is confronted to many problems: erosion, overexploitation, pollution and political manipulation. The key challenge that lies the region is to ensure the optimal preservation of this environment and to guarantee a sustainable exploitation of the resources. The analysis of the international and regional normativity put in place for ensure that challenge remains plural and insufficient. The institutional corpus must be improved and the new challenge for the international community is to create a global governance framework able to articulate the international rules with the regional and local rules to find and implement pertinent and effective activities.
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Andrea Lozano-Almario. L’articulation entre universalisme et régionalisme dans la protection de l’environnement marin et côtier des mers régionales : l’exemple de la Région de la Grande Caraïbe. Droit. Université de Nanterre - Paris X, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019PA100077⟩. ⟨tel-02929688⟩

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