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Environmental Law

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Brand: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 2 Ed 2019
  • ISBN 13 9789388437585
  • Approx. Pages 885 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
After Completing the book 'Environmental Studies', for the students of Five Years LLB Course, the author was tempted to continue the same subject and presented the present volume 'Environmental Law'. The contents of the subject as per the syllabus have been presented in five units namely, (i) Environmental Aspects; (ii) Common Law and environmental pollution; (iii) Enactments relating to environmental issues; (iv) Indian Constitution and Protection of Environment
from Pollution; and (v) International Environmental Law
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Contents
Unit - I : Environmental Aspects

1.     Environment
2.     Ecology
3.     Ecosystems
4.     Biosphere
5.     Biomes
6.     Ozone Depletion
7.     Global Warming
8.     Climate Change
9.     Need for the Preservation, Conservation and Protection of Environment
        (Natural Resources and Biodivercity
10.   Ancient Indian Approach to Environment
11.   Environmental Degradation and Pollution  
12.   Basic Legal Theories Concerning Natural Resources
13.   Environmental Law
Unit - II : Common Law and Environmental Pollution
1.   Common Law Remedies against Pollution
2.   Trespass
3.   Negligence
4.   Public Nuisance
5.   Theories or Principle of Strict Liability and Absolute Liability
6.   Relevant Provisions of IPC, Cr. P.C.  and C.P.C. for Curbing Pollution
7.   Remedial Provisions under Special Relief Act, 1963 and Some Other Acts
8.   Reliefs against Smoke and Noise as Nuisance
9.   Noise Pollution
10. Reliefs Against Smoking and Tobacco Products
Unit - III : Enactments Relating to Environmental Issues
1.   Law Relating to Forests
2.   Law Relating to Wildlife and Endangered Species
3.   Law Relating to Biological Diversity
4.   Law Relating to Marine Life and Coastal Ecosystem
5.   Prevention of Cruelty Towards Animals
6.   Water Pollution and Control Mechanism
7.   Air Pollution and Control Mechanism
8.   Law Relating to Environment Protection
9.   I. National Environmental Tribunal
Unit - IV : Indian Constitution and Protection of Environment from Pollution
1.   Constitutional Provisions or Mandates Relating to Environmental Protection
2.   Fundamental Duties Relating to Environmental Protection
3.   Right to Wholesome Environment (or) Fundamental
     Right Against Environmental Pollution
4.   Restriction on Freedom of Trade, Profession,
     Occupation for the Protection of Environment
5.   Immunity of Environmental Legislation from Judicial Scrutiny
6.   Right to Development
7.   Legislative Powers of Central Government and State Government and State
      Government in Enacting the Environment Related Law
8.   Writ Jurisdiction
9.   Role of Indian Judiciary for Protecting Environment or in the evaluation of
      environmental Jurisprudent or Judicial Activism for the Protection of Environment
10. Public Interest Litigation for the Protection of Environment from Pollution
Unit - V : International Environmental Law
1.   Instruments of International Environmental Law
2.   International Environmental Regime
3.   State Liability and Customary International Law
4.   Customary International Law Concerning Transnational Pollution
      [State Liability in Cases of Transnational Pollution
5.   Liability of Multinational Corporations/Companies
6.   International Conventions for Protection of Environment
    or for Curbing Environmental Pollution
7.   Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, 1972 or
      Stockholm Declaration on Human Environment, 1972
8.   The Role of United Nations Environment Programme
      (UNEP) for the Protection of Environment
9.   The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, 1971
10.  International Convention for the Protection of Birds, Paris, 1950
11.  Bonn Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals, 1979
12.  Nairobi Convention, 1982 (CFCC)
13.  United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, 1989
14.  The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, 1992 (or) The
       United Nations Conference on Environment and Development
       (UNCED), 1992 (The Earth Summit, 1992)
15.  Biodiversity Convention (Earth Summit), 1992
16.  Kyoto Protcocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, 1997
17.  Johannesburg Convention, 2002 (World Summit of Sustainable Development, 2002)
18.  Environmental Protection under the WTO Regime
Bibliography
Subject Index
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