Rights of Nature or community right in new constitutionalism?

The Ecuadorian Constitution of 2008 and the one of the Plurinational State of Bolivia of 2009 recognized Nature as a subject of law. They indeed broke with the classical constitutional concepts, considered as “anthropocentric”, “ethnocentric”, and disconnected from social, cultural and territorial realities. Tribunals from different horizons established principles inspired of marginalized ethnic and cultural groups cosmovisionss, and reevaluated the constitutional mimetism that followed independencies of colonized territories.
In the continuity of this new constitutionalism, “biocultural rights” where affirmed. They suggested that living entities of nature are subjects of law, since they allow the existence of different cultures and forms of life. What are the cornerstone of this recognition and its practical consequences? Does it present the aim to preserve naturel elements independently of human communities rights to a healthy environment, for example?