Development and the Environment: The Conflict and Balance in the View of Human Rights Law

Perspective and Reflection Based on China

in The Right to Development
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Abstract

The right to development and the right to the environment are both third-generation rights, closely related to human development and world peace. For developing countries, there is a de facto conflict between development and the environment, which leads to serious consequences. To coordinate development and the environment, countries take the path of sustainable development and realize environmental protection and ecological balance while promoting economic growth.

The Right to Development

Sustainable Development and the Practice of Good Governance

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