Análisis de las políticas públicas ambientales en Colombia durante los dos primeros años de gobierno del Presidente Iván Duque Márquez desde la perspectiva de la tercera generación de los derechos humanos
Vargas Aranda, Jaime Eduardo
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AbstractWhen environmental rights are promulgated in the third generation of human rights, the signatory states must carry out public policies aimed at guaranteeing said recognized rights, so it is not alien to the Colombian legal system to propose environmental public policies in accordance with those required by international law , for which such existing public policies either by the implementation of international treaties or by recognitions of the constitution, the law and in special cases by the jurisprudence of the high courts, which is eloquent in the face of the expectations of the international under the protection of rights in general. This is why the commitment to environmental rights is international in nature, so it is important to investigate and learn about the environmental public policies promoted in the government of IvÃ¡n Duque MÃ¡rquez in his first two years of government, so that the sanctioned laws will be observed. and the administrative management of the government regarding environmental and ecosystem issues, since it is an international obligation to protect this environment to guarantee current and future generations a healthy, dignified and sustainable environment for their existence. The paradigm is to know the equity of environmental law, economic rights, private property and sustainable development, this if they can go hand in hand and if the management of environmental public policies are on the way to the general protection of the environment by the government through implementation of sustainable environmental policies, mitigation against climate change and technical scientific assessment of resources and if they respond to these needs in an efficient, effective and effective way in the face of polluting phenomena and disproportionate economic activities that systematically affect the environment environment and causing systematic and irreparable damage. Once environmental management is known in its first two years, it will be possible to identify the concordance with the third generation of human rights against environmental law and the principle of solidarity since it is not only management of the national government but of each of the entities of control, government entities and the people of the communities in general. In terms of environmental rights, it is a very broad branch and more so in a country like Colombia due to its mega diverse geographical characteristics, as well as the importance of knowing current environmental risks and the way in which they are managed is a tool for the implementation of adequate policies and environmental intervention in an efficient way, where the community in general, the control entities, the municipal and departmental administrations together with the national government and the indigenous and special territories, can work on mega diverse environmental policies aimed at a real sustainable development and where true strategies are proposed for current and future situations with the incorporation of scientific, technical and technological and legal legal tools that contribute to the exercise of protection and adequate environmental administration, as this is a social and human duty, since the commitment is to preserve this environment and guarantee a vine shape To dignify future generations this is the basis of all international treaties by which they seek through the principle of solidarity to generate awareness and commitment to the environment. The most important thing in this current situation is to consider whether it is acting in accordance with international human rights principles or simply the governments and especially the management of the current president Ivan Duque Marquez and the control entities are navigating a sea. of dead words that do not guarantee the preservation of any specific right, even more environmental rights considering that there is no efficient guarantee that prevents in advance any phenomenon or fact that threatens the environment.
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