This article exposes and studies, through a comparative law methodology, the way in which current constitutional law in Brazil and Colombia recognizes a relationship between the environment and human rights. In this way, being a research result, the reader will find, firstly, a presentation of the most significant features of the so-called New Latin American Constitutionalism that are related to the recognition and protection of the environment; then analyzes, specifically, the precepts that make up the "Ecological Constitutions" of Brazil and Colombia. Finally, before pointing out the conclusions, we address the discussion on the theory of the connection between the environment and human rights and the way in which it has been used in both jurisdictions, Brazil and Colombia, as an effective strategy for the direct protection of the environment, while eliminating doubts about its fundamental nature.
|Título traducido de la contribución||AN APPROACH TO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS. BRAZILIAN AND COLOMBIAN CASES*|
|Número de páginas||23|
|Publicación||Iberoamerica (Russian Federation)|
|Estado||Publicada - 2022|
Nota bibliográficaFunding Information:
The paper is a partial result of the postdoctoral project of one of the authors, which is funded by the Universidad de los Andes, Chile through the Fondo de Ayuda a la Investigación.
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- Ccomparative law
- constitucionalismo latinoamericano
- constitución ecológica
- derecho al medio ambiente
- derecho comparado
- ecological constitution
- economic freedoms
- environmental law
- latinamerican constitutionalism
- libertades económicas