Regulatory challenges in a post COVID-19 in Latin America. Through Environmental and human rights vision
Since the seventies of the last century, the international community has focused on the regulation that should exist regarding anthropogenic activities, which caused pollution to the environment, and therefore to the health of human beings. Subsequently, the concept of sustainable development was established under the premise that development could not be achieved only by using the resources from the present, and without thinking about the following generations (social, economic and environmental perspective). At the beginning of the current century, the international community adopted the Millennium Development Goals (2000-2015), which were the antecedent for the 2030 agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs. The panel on doctrinal studies, analysis of emblematic cases and jurisprudence, as well as an international or comparative analysis of policies or regulations related to compliance by States of the region in the context of Covid-19.