Op-ed: What place should the environment have in the constitution?

By Jean-Paul Oury, 11 July
Constitutional Right to a Healthy Environment (photo credit: Law Now)
Constitutional Right to a Healthy Environment (photo credit: Law Now)
On 10th July, French MPs will vote on a symbolic measure: an amendment championed by Ecology Minister Nicolas Hulot, which proposes to include “the preservation of the environment and biological diversity as well as action against climate change” in Article 1 of the Constitution, as part of a project to revise the first Article.
Read the full article here: European Scientist

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