A Environment Policy must be understood as a set of ideas and principles with a dynamic conception and formulation embodied in a text that guides and frame the definition of objectives and lines of action, coherent and structured in the field environmental.
In this context, the Environment Policy must consecrate its own evolution, resulting from the reflection motivated by the new challenges. It must still reconcile strategically structural and operational problems with relevance to the environment and sustainable development.
A national Environment Policy is inseparable from the development model in particular in relation to regional equilibria. It should be universal but respecting the differences so as to be applicable to the entire national territory, general activities, organizations and business, contributing to the full exercise of environmental citizenship.
One Environment Policy constitutes a reference to meeting the obectives, laws, standards and tools that emanate from it, enshrining the right and duty of all the citizens to participate in its construction in so far the degree of responsability of each entity or agent.
The Environment Policy should further potentiate the integration with the other sectorial policies, promoting and ensuring sustainable development.