Olivier Dubuquoy is a geographer who collaborates regularly with NGOs, institutions and the media. His recent works aim to shed light on the practices of disinformation and ‘science-washing’ of the oil and gas industry. He is involved in projects for the protection of the “commons” to counter the appropriation of natural resources and spaces. As part of broader campaigns for the defence of the oceans, he launched the Nation Océan movement in 2015, with the support, notably, of Pierre Rabhi and José Bové.
The approach of European states to the surrounding waters has so far been inscribed in a logic of colonisation and conquering new territories in the name of national interest.Read more