This contribution investigates the recognition of rights to Mother Earth in the Andean region. Firstly, it explores the concepts of green constitutionalism and sustainable development. Subsequently, it underlines the importance of the philosophical theories on nature as legal subject in the present debates on the recognition of rights to ecosystem. The third chapter focuses on the Bolivian statute which confers a sphere of rights to Mother Earth, highlighting the main features and the differences vis a vis Stone’s ideal model.

Novità e criticità del costituzionalismo ecologico nell’area andina

BALDIN, SERENA
2014

Abstract

This contribution investigates the recognition of rights to Mother Earth in the Andean region. Firstly, it explores the concepts of green constitutionalism and sustainable development. Subsequently, it underlines the importance of the philosophical theories on nature as legal subject in the present debates on the recognition of rights to ecosystem. The third chapter focuses on the Bolivian statute which confers a sphere of rights to Mother Earth, highlighting the main features and the differences vis a vis Stone’s ideal model.
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