Bases Legales Del Ambiente

The right to information about the environment must be granted to every human being. The State is the guarantor of its exercise, the reliability of the information and its dissemination. That right shall be exercised in accordance with the procedures laid down in this Act and in the other normative instruments adopted for that purpose. The objectives of environmental management under the direction and coordination of the National Environment Agency are: the promotion and stimulation of environmental education and the leading participation of society. In order to contribute to environmental management, regional, state and local coordination bodies as well as citizen and interinstitutional participation bodies may be established. Environmental Education: An ongoing, interactive and integrative process by which people acquire, understand and analyze, internalize and translate knowledge and experience into behaviors, values and attitudes that prepare them to participate meaningfully in environmental management and sustainable development. Environmental management includes: Liability for environmental damage: Liability for environmental damage is objective and its repair is borne by the person responsible for the activity or the perpetrator. Environmental organizations, indigenous peoples and communities, municipal councils, organized communities and other forms of association can develop projects that are integrated into the common management of the environment and that are committed to the conservation of ecosystems, natural resources and sustainable development under the modalities of self-government and co-management. Everyone has the right and duty to report to the competent authorities any fact endangering a healthy, safe and ecologically balanced environment. Everyone has the right and duty to participate in matters related to environmental management. Environmental education aims to promote, generate, develop and consolidate the knowledge, skills and attitudes of citizens in order to contribute to the transformation of society, which results in alternative solutions to socio-ecological problems and thus contributes to the achievement of social well-being by integrating into environmental management through active and meaningful participation.

under the premise of sustainable development. In the event of a conviction for offences causing damage or damage to the environment or natural resources, the judge imposes on the person or persons responsible the obligation to take appropriate corrective measures, to make reparation for the damage caused by the infringement and to compensate for the damage. The law establishes the provisions and guiding principles for the management of the environment within the framework of sustainable development as a fundamental right and duty of the State and society, in order to contribute to the security and achievement of the maximum well-being of the population and the preservation of the planet in the interest of humanity. It also establishes standards that develop constitutional guarantees and rights to a safe, healthy and ecologically balanced environment. The National Executive, through the Ministry of Environmental Affairs, regulates mechanisms to effectively shape the legal exercise of the right to citizen participation in the formulation, acceptance, implementation and control of policies, plans, projects and other measures for the preservation of the environment Environmental management includes: Citizen participation: It is a duty and a right of all citizens to participate actively and decisively in the management of the environment. The guidelines for environmental planning are: citizen participation and dissemination of information, as integrated processes at all levels of environmental planning. The National Environment Agency shall establish and maintain an environmental information register containing biophysical, economic and social data as well as legal information relating to the environment. The data in the register shall be freely accessible and should be disseminated regularly by effective means where they are of general interest. Liability for environmental damage is objective, the mere existence of the damage determines the responsibility of the harmful agent for having been the cause of this damage and by the person who must compensate for the damage caused by his behavior. The exception is to prove the causal link between the conduct performed and the damage caused, the simple verification of the performance of the harmful behavior is sufficient. The State guarantees access to environmental information to all persons, unless it has been classified as confidential in accordance with the law.

Demolition. Compensation equivalent to housing. Urban planning project. Public administration FIRST: WITH PLACE the controversial administrative complaints against nullity as well as the anonymous precautionary measure taken by the citizen Abg. MIRLA MARIELA GARRIDO FORTOUL, registered with the Social Security Institute of the Lawyer under number 193.322, in her capacity as judicial representative of the commercial companies ARENAS DEL CENTRO S.A., initially registered in the Commercial Register Ehrenschutz. Effect. Political pluralism. Right to freedom of expression.

In addition to the penalties envisaged, it is in any event necessary to order effective compensation for the damage suffered. The National Environment Plan is a long-term instrument that guides national environmental policy at regional, state, local and local levels and will include the following guidelines: environmental education and citizen participation. Environmental impact assessment is an early warning process carried out through continuous, informed and objective analysis, which makes it possible to identify the best options for the implementation of a measure without unbearable prejudice through chained and participatory decisions in accordance with environmental policy and technical judicial disciplinary competence. Collective right to property. Interpreter. Public administration The register referred to in the preceding article shall contain at least the following aspects: inventories of biodiversity and its components; the list of sources of emissions and pollution from soil, air and water; Information on the habitat and lands of indigenous peoples and communities properly delineated. Indigenous peoples and local communities have the right and duty to participate in the formulation, implementation, evaluation and monitoring of national, regional and local development plans and programmes that may have a direct impact on their lives, beliefs, values, institutions and spiritual well-being, and the use of the land and habitats they occupy and share with their ancestors. The exercise of avocamiento in cases of manifest injustice, denial of justice, excessive threat to the public and social interest or the need to restore order in a judicial process that it deserves because of its transcendence and importance.