E3S Web Conf.
Volume 284, 2021Topical Problems of Green Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (TPACEE-2021)
|Number of page(s)
|Environmental Policy and Law
|12 July 2021
Sustainable development in the era of digitalization: legal aspect
Russian State University of Justice, Novocheremushkinskay str, 69, 117418, Moscow, Russia
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The relevance of the topic of study is caused by the role and importance of the concept of sustainable development, the implementation of which allows creating a society, which, influenced by diverse internal and external factors, is capable of establishing a new equilibrium both within itself and in relation to the environment. The research object is public relations arising in the digitalization process. The purpose of the scientific research is to conduct systemic analysis of the impact of digitalization on sustainable development and the definition of the role of the law in the conditions of domination of constantly changing information and communication technologies. During the study, systemic, analytical, logical methods were used, as well as methods of interpretation of law, scientific forecasting, scientific intuition. It is concluded that the concept of sustainable development is aimed at creating an optimal, harmonious relationship of the needs, aspirations and interests of current and future generations on the basis of such fundamental principles of law as: equality, inadmissibility of abuse, prohibiting discrimination. The proposed characteristic made it possible to substantiate the diversity of the right to develop and subjective law. It has been proven that digitalization entails both positive and negative consequences. It is necessary to continue work on the international level of solutions, the implementation of which will allow achieving dynamic equilibrium.
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