AARHUS CONVENTION: EXCEPTIONAL DUTIES OR STIMULUS TO DEVELOPMENT

Listopad Oksana Uribe Rendón, Anna V. Gubareva, Kseniya E. Kovalenko

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Global environmental problems are relevant for Russia. Admittedly, the country is one of the most polluted in the world. This affects the quality of life and adversely affects the health of people. The emergence of environmental problems in Russia, as in other countries, is associated with an intense human influence on nature, which has acquired a dangerous and aggressive nature. A characteristic feature of our time is the intensification and globalization of human impact on the surrounding natural environment, which is accompanied by unprecedented intensification and globalization of the negative consequences of this impact. And if earlier mankind experienced local and regional environmental crises that could lead to the death of a civilization, but did not hamper the further progress of the human race as a whole, today the ecological situation as a global ecological collapse. Accepted international acts should be aimed at solving humanity's global problems. This article considers the meaning of the Aarhus Convention - the UNECE Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters. The purpose of the Convention is to support the protection of human rights in a favorable environment for its health and well-being, access to information, public participation in decision-making and access to justice in environmental matters.

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Aarhus Convention, ecology, environmental law, rights.

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