Whenever governments, businesses yet others make choices about land and resources that are natural they inevitably affect the health, livelihoods and quality-of-life of neighborhood communities.

Whenever governments, businesses yet others make choices about land and resources that are natural they inevitably affect the health, livelihoods and quality-of-life of neighborhood communities.

Itself and to have the ability to challenge decisions that disregard human rights or harm ecosystems so it stands to reason that the public should have a right to be involved in environmental decision-making—specifically, to know what is at stake, to participate in the decision.

These three rights that are fundamental known as ecological democracy—and not all countries offer it for their citizens.

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The new Environmental Democracy Index (EDI) is the first-ever platform that is online tracks and ratings 70 nations’ progress in enacting nationwide rules that promote transparency, accountability and citizen engagement in ecological decision-making.

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