Derecho y Medio Ambiente

Environment became a question of international relevance, when the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment met in Stockholm in 1972 and made the Stockholm Declaration on Human Environment. This declaration establishes that States have to take responsibility that activities developed withi... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Cuadrado Ruiz, María Angeles
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Sevilla: Grupo de Investigación de Medio Ambiente y Derecho 2010
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Laburpena: Environment became a question of international relevance, when the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment met in Stockholm in 1972 and made the Stockholm Declaration on Human Environment. This declaration establishes that States have to take responsibility that activities developed within their borders, jurisdiction and control do not cause damage to the people, to the natural surroundings nor to the environment of other States. Since then legislative activity at international or European level has thrived. The 1978 Spanish Constitution establishes that "all human beings have the right to an environment adequate for the development of the person, as well as the obligation to preserve it", that penal or, if applicable, administrative sanctions will be ruled to counter the violation of such rights, and that they have the obligation to restore the damage they caused. In fulfilment of the constitutional mandate, the 1995 penal Code established Title XVI: Crimes related to land use planning and protection of the historical heritage and the environment.