Environmental Law Review

The Second Anniversary of the constitutionalisation of the French charter for the environment: Constitutional and environmental implications

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The former French president J. Chirac will most likely be remembered for his  international standing against the US and domestically, within France, for having initiated a major ‘Bill of Rights’, the Charter for the Environment and for its constitutionalisation. Two years on, it is time for an assessment and analysis of the Charter’s outcomes. In this paper, I will consider whether or not the Charter has achieved what was expected of it, if it does ‘enshrine an humanist ecology’ while at the same time completing the 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen.

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