Catégorie : ONU


Australia beaches buried under mountains of plastic

These last few months, Australia is facing a depressing spectacle. The Australian coastline, once renowned for its beauty and touristic attraction, are now totally devastated by all the rubbish dumped by the sea. Locals even refer to this phenomenon as a “Plastic Tsunami”, scientists, meanwhile, are overwhelmed by the event. However, the phenomenon is not only a tearful event to observe but also demonstrates the real face of pollution which is a reality that has long been ignored and neglected, the one of our oceans being overpolluted.


L’ONU se penche sur le sort des océans

Illustration: pollution des océans Au cours de la semaine du 5 au 9 juin s’est tenue la conférence sur l’océan au siège des Nations Unies à New York. Le grand thème de cette rencontre...


[Droit de la mer 1] Un futur accord international de l’ONU pour une gestion durable de la haute mer d’ici 2022

Une réflexion sur la création d’un régime juridique adapté aux enjeux écologiques contemporains liés aux océans, est aujourd’hui entamée par l’Organisation des Nations Unies, l’Union européenne, ainsi que par la France. Pour l’ONU, cette...

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