Analysing the Impact of Climate Change on Human Rights Through the Legislative Framework
The natural environment gives human creatures and the communities in which we live with the assets we have to be accomplish lives of nobility and well-being – clean air to breathe; clean water to drink; nourishment to eat; powers for vitality; security from storms, surges, fires and dry spell; climate control and illness control; and places to assemble for tasteful, recreational and otherworldly delight. These natural endowments often referred to as environment services that are at once essential for the core survival and imperative to human prospering. Every nation on the globe is paying the price of climate change but the most suffering category is the poorest countries who will suffer more in future from the enduring climate change. It is one of the most challenging strand in today’s era that humankind is facing and have affected not only economic, social aspects of life but has some major human rights repercussions. As there is a direct link between environment and human rights and Effects of climate change leads to large scale human rights violation. In order to overcome the aftermath of climate change each and every country in the world including governmental agencies and private actors should respond to these impacts in the best possible manner.
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