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Environmental Law

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  • Author(s): Dr. J. J. R. Upadhyaya
  • Publisher: Central Law Agency
  • Edition: 5 Ed 2018
  • ISBN 13 9789384852849
  • Approx. Pages 536 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
Some years ago, the goals of economic development and environmental protection were considered to be mutually exclusive. It was thought that economic development was unavoidably destructive to the environment and environmental protection was believed to be a constraint to development. Now this conflicting view has largely given way to a better understanding of the Fisk between development and environment. International efforts for the protection and preservation of global environment indicated that the degradation of the environment and depletion of natural resources not only impede economic development but threaten human survival as well. The journey from the Stockholm to the Rio Sumit led to the recognition that all human beings are entitled to a healthy and productive life in harmony with nature. To materialize this vision, the concept of sustainable development came to be recognized and operationalized. It was such factor which was responsible for the enactment of various environmental laws in India, which are designed not only to preserve and protect environment but also to prevent environmental pollution. In the enforcement of these laws, the Indian Judiciary has played a seminal role and used public interest litigation as a convenient tool to create a new environmental jurisprudence.
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Contents
Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Environment and Ancient India
Chapter 3 : Origin and Growth of Environmental Law
Chapter 4 : Environmental Policy in India
Chapter 5 : Constitutional Protection of Environmental
Chapter 6 : Environmental Terms : Mainly Conceptual
Chapter 7 : Environmental Pollution : Sources and Causes
Chapter 8 : Environmental Protection
Chapter 9 : Judicial Remedies and Procedures
Chapter 10 : Sustainable Development
Chapter 11 : Sustainable Development and other Sectors
Chapter 12 : Water Pollution Control
Chapter 13 : Air Pollution Control
Chapter 14 : Environment Protection Act
Chapter 15 : Absolute Liability to pay Compensation on Principle of No Fault
Chapter 16 : forest 
Chapter 17 : Wild Life Protection
Chapter 18 : Noise Pollution Control
Chapter 19 : Environmental Impact Assessment
Chapter 20 : Climate Change
Chapter 21 : International Problems of Global Environment
Chapter 22 : The Bhopal Disaster : Multinational Liability
Chapter 23 : Public Participation in Environmental-Decision-Making
Chapter 24 : Environmental planning and Environmental Management
Chapter 25 : Conservation of Biological Diversity
Chapter 26 : Judicial Response to Environmental Pollution
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Author Details
Dr. J.J.R. Upadhyaya, LL.M., LL.D, Ex-Professor of Law Allahabad University, Allahabad Author of Environmental Law

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