Ūkinės (verslo) veiklos reguliavimas kaip žmogaus teisės į sveiką ir saugią aplinką užtikrinimas
Objective processes of globalization determine not only the processes of economic and technological progress, which become the basis of society’s development and change, but due to objective factors, technological imperfections or other side-effects of economic activity, inevitably negative effects on the natural environment are being done. In the event of the negative effects of economic activity on the natural environment, a society in a democratic state seeks to assess the side effects of economic (business) activity and seeks to reconcile the interests of economic actors and society as a whole. Failure to reconcile these interests involves the use of institutional preventive or positive measures to safeguard the interests (rights) of all democratic societies. The problem of this topic is manifested in the fact that in the socioeconomic balance of the state one can not improve the welfare of (to solve socially important social problems) one social group of society without limiting the welfare of another social group. Therefore, the problematic issue of the research is emerging: how to ensure the state’s right to a safe environment by means of regulatory measures of the state, and the impact of possible restrictions on the interests of economic entities (business) would be proportional to the objectives pursued by the regulation?
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