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Les espaces marins du Pacifique entre logiques de commun et d’accaparement

Abstract : Oceanic spaces are the last territorial frontier to be conquered, delimited, and administered. This “scramble for the sea” in the Pacific Ocean is fueled by economic (deep-sea mining and island development), conservationist (biodiversity conservation), and political (sovereignty) issues. The interplay between the multiplicity of actors involved at different scales and the plurality of the resources targeted is linked to heterogeneous timescapes, and generates processes situated on an axis which opposes grabbing and commoning, both conceptually and politically.
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Pierre-Yves Le Meur, Tamatoa Bambridge, Marlène Dégremont, Estienne Rodary. Les espaces marins du Pacifique entre logiques de commun et d’accaparement. Revue internationale des études du développement, Éditions de la Sorbonne, 2018, 234 (2), pp.9-30. ⟨hal-01947347⟩



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