Human rights and the environment: a hard balance to strike

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Abstract

This article is dedicated to the analysis of the uneasy relationship between human rights and the environment. Its first part focuses on new proposals such as the greening of human rights, the development of procedural environmental rights and the creation of specific environmental rights, aimed at the harmonization between human rights and environmental protection. The second part focuses on groups whose rights are particularly at risk vis à vis environmental protection activities: indigenous peoples and local communities. The article then analyses current trends of change in the relationship between indigenous peoples and local communities rights and the protection of the environment thanks to the increased recognition of their role as conservation allies.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)525-552
Number of pages28
JournalRagion Pratica
Volume2017
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 Dec 2017

Keywords

  • environment
  • human rights
  • indigenous peoples
  • local communities
  • noble savage myth

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