Including Tourism as one of its objectives, the 2030 Agenda recognizes its global influence and at the same time affirms the need to completely transform the relationship between Tourism and the Environment, initially considered only because of the negative effects of the first on the second, for achieving a new and potentially virtuous positive influence of tourism on the main environmental resources. So Sustainable Tourism - from an economic, social and environmental point of view - has been included among the 17 Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved by 2030 (in particular in the objectives 8, 12 and 14). It is therefore clear that there is no Sustainable Development that does not also include equity and social inclusiveness and respect for cultural and identity values. The role of Administrative Law in this regard, for the achievement of Sustainable Tourism, turns out to be very important: in fact it elaborates and fixes the principles, - even importing them from other legal systems or from other branches of law, such as that of equity, of prevention and precaution, - and legal rules, requiring compliance with environmental legislation, contained in Legislative Decree no. 152 of 2006, and of that on cultural heritage, contained in Legislative Decree no. 42 of 2004, which first of all ensures the protection of the cultural heritage, while allowing economic enhancement.

Ruolo del diritto amministrativo per il conseguimento dell'obiettivo del turismo sostenibile previsto da Agenda 2030

G. Mastrodonato
2020

Abstract

Including Tourism as one of its objectives, the 2030 Agenda recognizes its global influence and at the same time affirms the need to completely transform the relationship between Tourism and the Environment, initially considered only because of the negative effects of the first on the second, for achieving a new and potentially virtuous positive influence of tourism on the main environmental resources. So Sustainable Tourism - from an economic, social and environmental point of view - has been included among the 17 Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved by 2030 (in particular in the objectives 8, 12 and 14). It is therefore clear that there is no Sustainable Development that does not also include equity and social inclusiveness and respect for cultural and identity values. The role of Administrative Law in this regard, for the achievement of Sustainable Tourism, turns out to be very important: in fact it elaborates and fixes the principles, - even importing them from other legal systems or from other branches of law, such as that of equity, of prevention and precaution, - and legal rules, requiring compliance with environmental legislation, contained in Legislative Decree no. 152 of 2006, and of that on cultural heritage, contained in Legislative Decree no. 42 of 2004, which first of all ensures the protection of the cultural heritage, while allowing economic enhancement.
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