Implementation of Environmental Laws in India

The requirement for insurance and protection of the environment and sustainable utilization of natural resources is reflected in the sacred system of India and furthermore in the global responsibilities of India. The Constitution under Part IVA (Art 51A-Fundamental Duties) throws an obligation on each resident of India to ensure and improve the regular habitat includingContinue reading “Implementation of Environmental Laws in India”

Development of Environmental Laws: Indian Perspective

Nature is the common heritage of mankind. To preserve this nature i.e. environment mankind must make constant efforts. When voluntary action of lawmakers fails, a necessary action must take over. By this process, environmental law came into force. Environmental pollution is existing from the time when the evolution of homo sapiens on the planet tookContinue reading “Development of Environmental Laws: Indian Perspective”

Environmental Jurisprudence in India

Nature provides a free lunch, but only if we control our appetites…[1] The word Environment has been derived from the French word ‘Enviorn’ which means surrounding. The environment comprises and constitutes of everything around us. The environment consists of all biotic (living organisms) and abiotic (non-living objects) that surround us. Example- When we go outContinue reading “Environmental Jurisprudence in India”