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Environmental Law

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.C.Tripathi
  • Brand: Central Law Publications
  • Edition: 7 Ed 2019
  • ISBN 13 9789388267205
  • Approx. Pages 671 + contents
  • Format Paperback
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Description

Undisputedly, protection of environment is one of the most burning topics in the national agenda. In the last few decades due to enormous and mindless exploitation of natural resources and a huge quantum of industrial and vehicular emissions the very existence of living and non-living bodies are at the verge of death. Notably, the human beings are not exception to it. Now, in view of urbanisation, industrialisation and over population and further unguided use of pesticides and insecticides in agriculture there is no agricultural product which is free from dreaded chemicals, affecting the over-all health of living beings. On the other hand environmental scientists are expressing their great concern to protect environment at the grassroot level to save the various species and plants. Now, pollution is everywhere in many forms.
The current edition of this book has been thoroughly revised while incorporating the important directions and judgments of the Hon'ble Supreme Court and High Courts issued and pronounced respectively. However, topics and sub-topics such as—Environmental justice—How to achieve; Meaning of Public Trust—doctrine, its scope and application; Amarnath Yatra and precautionary principle; Environmental clearance and public hearing; Mining operation and distance restriction relating to National Parks and Wild Life Sanctuaries; Mining Lease and environmental clearance from MOEF; Integrated Island Management Plan for Lakshadweep Illegal mining when no prejudice caused to affected parties by granting opportunity of hearing; non-forestry use of forest land; forest clearance and appointment of National Regulator; Hydro Power Project (Dam) and environmental issues; Disbursement of Compensation is a statutory function of the Pollution Control Board; Nuclear Power Plant and its environmental impact; Green Belt around Allahabad City; Demolition of building and right to life cannot be extended; Illegal mining activities in the State of Goa; Bhopal Gas Tragedy and Medical aid to victims; Nuisance when conditional order is made absolute; "Sandalwood" and its status and importance in International Conventions; Protection of Asiatic Wild buffalo; Anthropocentric approach versus Ecocentric approach; Forest product—what amounts to; Declaration of private forest and an overview of "Lima Summit" (Annul UN Climate Change Convention) have been placed adequately and relevantly in this edition.
It is settled that polythene and plastic sachets are environmental hazards. As a result the plastic management and Disposal Rules, 2009 have been framed by the Parliament. However, of course under "Clean India Mission" Mr. Bhim Singh, IAS presently, District Collector, Dhamtari (State of Chhattisgarh) and pivot Mr. Rakesh Jaiswal, Commissioner, Dhamtari Nagar Nigam, Dhamtari and also Mr. Satish Tripathi, Health Officer of newly
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Contents
Introduction
Types of Environment

1.     Environment Protection and Ancient India
2.    The (Environment) Protection Act, 1986
3.    The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974
4.    The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981
5.     Environment under the Constitution of India, 1950
6.     Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 and Environment Protection
7.     Indian Penal Code, 1860 and Environment Protection
8.     Tort Law and Judicial Remedies
9.     The National Environment Tribunal Act, 1995
10.   The National Environment Appellae Authority Act, 1997
11.   The Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972
12.   The Wild Life conservation Stratergy, 2002
13.   The Indian forest Act, 1972
14.   The Scheduled Tribes and other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of
        Forest Rights) Act, 2005
15.  The Forest  (Conservation) Act, 1980
16.  International Environment Law and Global Issues
17.  The Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000
18.  Digest of other Environmental Legislations
19.  Environment and Town Country Planning
20.  The National Green Tribunal Act, 2000
21.  Miscellaneous
22.  Leading Cases on Environment
Objective Questions with Answers
Table of Cases
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