The Right to A Healthy Environment: International Law Perspective

Mas Achmad Santosa


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17304/ijil.vol2.2.83

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Abstract


The realization of the damaging impact toward human beings and their quality of life has increased dramatically. This awareness has followed upon very substantial degradation of the world’s environment: land, water, and air, over the past two centuries. While human activity has alaways taken a toll on the natural world, the negative impact of this activity has increased exponentially during this period. This following article describing how we as human beings have a right to live in a healthy environment from the perspective of international law.




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