The relationship between human rights law and the environment is remarkably consistent. Sources agreed that States have obligations under human rights law to protect against harm. Human beings have the right to enjoy a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment. Damage continues to the human environment, particularly in developing and least-developed countries. There are several specific principles, such as the duties of states to respect and protect humans against environmental damage. In addition, they should provide awareness about that the lack of resources can lead to environmental and human degradation and many environmental challenges, including climate change, ozone depletion, long-range atmospheric pollution. These environmental challenges are threats to human rights across borders and globally. In light of this, the report reviews the challenges facing countries in tackling climate change and the environment in Egypt, Sudan and Oman, as well as a good example of India in combating plastic pollution and how climate change affects world economies.
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