Sumak Kawsay is a Quechua language, which is being spoken by the South American people. Sumak Kawsay is a Latin term, wherein Sumak means good and Kawsay means living, hence together the word means good living. Environmental right concept has been introduced in the Bolivian Constitution along with the Sumak Kawsay conception with minor variation. However, the same constitution confers the right to the people to exploit the nature. Therefore, there lays tension amid the welfare affairs of state and the right of nature1.
According to Eckersley, an Australian researcher, deciphered that environmental catastrophe is occurring in every count. In his research, he pointed out the conglomeration of political, environmental and ecological thoughts that bridge the gap persists amongst these and also outlines the green political viewpoint. He also pointed out that environmental calamity is a threat to human life, which is not regarded as a scientific trouble, but involves literary and trait structure. He further emphasised the need for trans-evaluation and undergoing through new eco-centrically based thoughts and assessment2.
The Western world witnessed the need to protect the environment from varied catastrophes. Pesticides, nuclear control plants, noxious squander dumps and large size industrial contamination among others contribute into catastrophic destruction of the nature. In the present scenario, political and environmental theory are blended together to develop environment based consciousness amid the people. The environment concept is the basis of the current legislation made by distinct nations while legislating in any particular affair3.
With this concern, the essay intends to make an environmental focus on the rights of the nature with special attention to Bolivia. Various significant aspects including depicting about the representativeness of the nature, factors promoted the constitutional change to include the rights of nature in