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Public interest litigation and Judicial activism in India

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Because of Public Interest Litigation (PIL), judicial activism has grown . Until the advent of PIL, justice was a far-fetched dream for the socially and economically disadvantaged. The traditio...

A Brief Analysis Of The Polluter Pays Principle With Respect To Free Trade

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The Polluter Pays Principle has become a very familiar concept in the last few decades. Environmental policies that hold the polluter accountable are necessary to realize the sustainable develo...

3P's: Polluter Pay Principle

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Historical Background: The World Commission on Environment and Degradation on its report, Our Common Future stated that the cost of repairing the environment can be paid by internalisation of ...

Biodiversity: Diversity Of Life On Earth

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Preface: Biodiversity also known as biological diversity is the variables that exist among several species living in the ecosystem. These living organisms include marine, terrestrial and aqua...

The Indian Forest Act, 1927 - An Overview

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Forests are considered as a pivotal natural resource of our nation as they help in supplying raw materials to the industry such as wood, minerals and timber, provide fuel and fodder, serve as t...

As The Freshwater Is Depleting, Can India Ignore Groundwater Regulation?

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Aquifer depletion is a largely invisible threat, but that does not make it any less real With over 18 percent of the world's population, but the country still has only four per cent of the ...

Adani Green Energy

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Under Section 31(1) of the Competition Act, 2002, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has authorized Adani Green Energy's acquisition of SB Energy Holding. The proposed combination envisi...

Environmental Protection With Reference To Stockholm Declaration

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Environmental changes caused by the increasing scale of human life have led many observers to conclude that the planet has entered the Anthropocene a geologic era signified by human impact on t...

Environment law And Constitution of India

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The preamble of Indian Constitution provide us a Socialist Society and which provides environment Protection .And it is the Fundamental duties to all the citizen of India to protect Environment...

Growing Environmental Law In The Eyes Of Sustainable Development

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With the onset of 21st century raises slowly and steadily some major contention with the development is to protect the environment. As both the development of the economic resources or human li...