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Intérêt collectif, lutte contre les changements climatiques et le défi de l'universalité

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Environmental protection falls within the public interest, the latter coating various faces according to the problems encountered and the strategies developed. One constant, however, reveals: the consequences of ecosystem degradation are and will be felt in all latitudes, so that the action of each is necessary to anticipate or provide solutions to these problems. The issues of climate, the ozone layer, biodiversity or forest are no exception to this dynamic. These matters within the "global environment", highlight the solidarity and interdependence that are emerging in the international community for the purpose of environmental conservation and protection of common interests to the universal level. The fight against climate change regime is a stimulating laboratory for observing the alliances that are emerging. The universal action and seeking equity in the community of States should not overshadow the diversity of approaches.

Keywords: public interest; climate change; ecosystem; universal action; environmental conservation



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