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Textbook on Environmental Law

Textbook on Environmental Law

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  • Author(s): Dr. N. Maheshwara Swamy
  • Publisher: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 2 Ed Rp 2022
  • ISBN 13 9789384410216
  • Approx. Pages 400 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
It is no more a news to know afresh that the degree of global warming s gradually increasing. The reasons are obvious. It is because of the increasing degree of environmental pollution, caused by man. Even the Developed countries are not an exception to the adverse affects of the increasing global warming . The unexpected cyclones, tsunamis, thunders j&i floods are the direct consequences of this adverse phenomenon. The attention of the present world is apparently diverted from the urgent need for protecting the environment. Successively convened national and international Conferences, Seminars, awareness programmes relating to the environmental protection and the consequential measures for undertaking the enforcement steps, have remained only as theoretical fantasies. The existing programmes and policies governing the environmental protection through law and executive decisions remind one to an example of putting a goods train running on a track, but without an expert driver. The train is running on its own, and the driver has no control over it, in spite of the fact that the train has all the requisite control tools and equipment. The ultimate victim is the man and his environment. A perusal of the problem of public health situation in and around our country speaks volumes about the negative impact being created already by the increasing pollution of the environment in various ways. A great majority of the people of the world, especially those residing •n urban areas, is suffering from some or other health problems.
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Contents   
PART I ENVIRONMENT, ECOLOGY, POLLUTION AND LEGAL REMEDIES

Chapter 1 :  Environment - Concept, Meaning, Nature and Scope
Chapter 2 :  Environmental Pollution - Rights Under Common Law and Legal Remedies
PART II CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION TO ENVIRONMENT
Chapter 3 :  Fundamental Rights and Duties
Chapter 4 :  Writ Jurisdiction and Protection of Environment
Chapter 5 :  Pollution Free Environment - A Fundamental Right and Duty
Chapter 6 :  Sustainable Development
PART III SPECIAL LEGAL PROTECTIONS TO ENVIRONMENT
Chapter 7 :  Law and Environmental Protection
Chapter 8 :  Environmental Law and Judicial Trends
Chapter 9 :  Law and Water Protection
Chapter 10: Water Act and Judicial Trends
Chapter 11: Law and Air Protection
Chapter 12: Air Act and Judicial Trends
Chapter 13: Law and Adjudicatory Machinery
Chapter 14: Public Liability Insurance Act
PART IV FORESTS AND WILD LIFE PROTECTION
Chapter 15: Law and Protection of Forests
Chapter 16: Law and Protection of Wild Life
PART V INTERNATIONAL PROTECTIONS TO ENVIRONMENT
Chapter 17: General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and Environment
Chapter 18: Stockholm Conference on Human Environment, 1972
Chapter 19: Post Stockholm Conference Development
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Author Details
Dr. N. Maheshwara Swamy
is Ph.D (Law), LL.M. (Labour Law), LL.M. (Intl. Law), M.B.A. (Marketing Management), M.A. (Economics), P.G. Dip in IRPM and P.G. Dip. in IPR (Formerly Associate Professor of Law, Osmania. University), Advocate High Court of A.P., India
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