Seline Trevisanut and Rozemarijn Roland Holst at the Human Sea Programme International Conference
Prof. Dr. Seline Trevisanut and PhD researcher, Rozemarijn Roland Holst presented their research on environmental governance and exploitation at the Human Sea Programme International Conference in Nantes.
They gave a presentation entitled, “The Deep Seabed in the Anthropocene, The Role of the Environment in Developing the Exploitation Regulations”.
Three thematic strands ran through the presentation. These were:
1. The evolving environmental dimension of the common heritage of humankind (CHH) regime
2. The institutional structure: Regulating on behalf of humankind?
3. Realising ‘benefit’ for humankind in the Anthropocene
The presentation was delivered at the Human Sea Programme International Conference which was held at the University of Nantes, from the 15th – 16th October 2018. The theme of the conference was “Towards the new law of the Oceans”.