On Thursday, May 6, at the Moise Palace, doc. dr. sc. Iva Tuhtan Grgić held a lecture on “Sustainable beach management in the Republic of Croatia”.
Doc. dr. sc. Iva Tuhtan Grgić from the Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka, gave a lecture on “Sustainable beach management in the Republic of Croatia” and presented possible legal regimes for beach management and their applicability in practice. The maritime good is intended for general use, that is, everyone has the right to use it in accordance with its nature and purpose. A large number of people will cite beaches as an example of maritime good, with the simultaneous remark that, unfortunately, they are not managed best. The lecture explained how to establish sustainable beach management and whether it is possible without integrated management of the entire coastal area. The assistant professor briefly outlined the possible legal regimes for beach management, which is the responsibility of local self-government units, she also pointed out the advantages and disadvantages of each regime and their applicability depends on the type of beach.
The lecture is available for watching at Moise Palace Facebook page: facebook.com/moisepalace/