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This study aimed to determine the nature of the right to the environment and to develop a conception of a constitutional text for the environment, with a conception of a constitutional text that recognizes this right and the limits of the protection it enjoys under the Basic Law of Omani Sultanate, while defining its essential role in protecting human health and ensuring a healthy future for future generations. The study reaches several important conclusions, including that the Omani constitutional legislature places a high priority on environmental protection and is considering including it among the fundamental rights of the state order. Pollution is a global and national issue. National legislation will continue to be the most visible, essential, and successful way to implement international law's environmental preservation objectives. State law must prioritise constitutional texts to guarantee the right to a constitutional environment. The Omani constitutional assembly aimed to include environmental preservation in the state's fundamental structure. National legislation protecting the right to the environment will remain the most visible, vital, and successful way to implement international law. The report recommended including explicit language in the Basic Law of the State safeguarding the human right to the environment.