Carina Costa de Oliveira is a Professor of International and Environmental Law at the Law Faculty of the University of Brasília, Brazil. She is a visiting Scholar at the C-EENRG at the University of Cambridge and the University of Adelaide in Austrália.
She has a PhD in International Law from Panthéon-Assas in France. She is also a Coordinator of the Research group on Law, Natural Resources and Sustentability (Gern-UnB). She is the organizer of books on Marine Environment and Law: exploration and exploitation on the coastal zone, on the continental shelf and on the deep seabed (2015 to 2020). She is the author of the following thesis/book : La réparation des dommages environnementaux en droit international: contribution à l’étude de la complémentarité entre le droit international public et le droit international privé.
Her research areas are public and private international law, environmental law, conservation and sustainable use of marine resources. She is a member of the following research project: “Maritime Policies Observatory”.
And also a Coordinator of the following Project: Environmental Justice in the conservation and sustainable use of marine resources and water. It concerns a comparative analysis between the national, international and European legal systems in themes evolving marine environmental protection, water resources and marine mineral exploitation, among others. This project is carried out as a branch of the Justice and Environmental Law Project and is funded by CAPES-PRINT 2019. Coordinator of the Research group on Law, Natural Resources and Sustentability (Gern-UnB).
Email address : carinaoliveira[at]unb.br