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Minería y desarrollo. Tomo 2: Medio ambiente y desarrollo sostenible

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  • Juan Carlos Henao (Editor)
  • María del Pilar García Pachón (Editor)

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La investigación cubre algunos de los aspectos más sensibles de la tensa relación ente la protección del medio ambiente y la actividad minera, en el marco general de la obra Minería y desarrollo. El análisis comienza por reconocer los múltiples conflictos que dicha relación sugiere, y ahonda en el estudio de los instrumentos que el ordenamiento jurídico ha desarrollado ya sea para prevenir las consecuencias negativas derivadas del desarrollo de la actividad minera o para definir las consecuencias de la acción antijurídica. Del mismo modo, este texto estudia desde múltiples perspectivas la forma como se han transformado los instrumentos económicos, financieros, de mercado y fiscales ante la necesidad de salvaguardar el patrimonio natural. Así las cosas, el estudio de la actividad minera, como el lector podrá reconocer a lo largo de este texto, se realiza sobre la base de dos pilares fundamentales a saber: el medio ambiente y el desarrollo sostenible. El primero, entendido de conformidad con lo determinado por la Ley 23 de 1973 y por el Decreto ley 2811 de 1974, es decir, como un patrimonio común cuyo mejoramiento y conservación son actividades de utilidad pública e interés social que exigen la participación del Estado y de los particulares. El segundo, el desarrollo sostenible, es entendido desde la concepción basal propuesta por el informe “Nuestro Futuro Común” como aquel que permite la satisfacción de las necesidades presentes sin comprometer la de las futuras generaciones. Sobre estas bases desarrollaremos algunas reflexiones preliminares que permitirán comprender el contexto de la obra.

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  • Juan Carlos Henao (Editor) & María del Pilar García Pachón (Editor), 2016. "Minería y desarrollo. Tomo 2: Medio ambiente y desarrollo sostenible," Books, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Facultad de Derecho, number 878, december.
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