By Anu Mittal, Symbiosis Law School, Noida Editor’s note: In recent jurisprudence, denial of water has been deemed to imply a denial of right to
By Pravir Singh Srivastava & Akanksha Sisodia, Symbiosis Law School, Noida Editor’s note: In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions effectively, the European Union established
By Sumit Kumar Suman, CNLU Editor’s Note: The author mainly focuses on the point that whether any contravention between the religious freedom and environmental protection
By Priyan Garg, Amity Law School, Noida EDITOR’S NOTE:- Carbon sequestration is the process of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. While it prima facie
Tarunya Shankar Editor’s note: The U.S. Endangered Species Act was passed to protect the frail ecosystem and the variety of life that it contains. It
By Kanthi Kiran Mamidanna, NALSAR University, Hyderabad “Editor’s Note: Carbon tax is a fee imposed based on the level of carbon in a particular product to
In recent years, there has been a sustained focus on the role played by the higher judiciary in devising and monitoring the implementation of measures for pollution control, conservation of forests and wildlife protection. Many of these judicial interventions have been triggered by the persistent incoherence in policy-making as well as the lack of capacity-building amongst the executive agencies. Devices such as Public Interest Litigation (PIL) have been prominently relied upon to tackle environmental problems, and this approach has its supporters as well as critics. The main objective behind the present study made by the author is to identify the present scenario and analyse the nature and extent of developments till date in various environmental statuses through statutes, law, conventions and various other issues regarding the court decisions and judicial processes.
By Abhishek Mohanty, WBNUJS Editor’s Note: The concern for controlling the level of pollution in the world has been growing steadily with the increasing urbanization and
By Harpreet Kaur, UILS, Chandigarh “Editor’s Note: The precautionary principle has been adopted universally in different environmental instruments. It states that if there is risk of
By Udisha Ghosh and Chandralekha Akkiraju, Symbiosis Law School, Pune “Editor’s Note: Biodiversity assumes immense significance for the survival of human beings because we depend on
By Shivani Gupta, HNLU Raipur Editor’s Note: By using a miniscule of nuclear matter, the problem of immeasurable human needs for energy can be resolved.
By Apurv Jain, NUALS Editor’s Note: Civil Nuclear Liability has recently gained a lot of momentum after India entered into agreements with nations like the United
By Rahul Deo, CNLU Patna Editors Note: Environment and life are interrelated. Our lives depend on natural resources such as air, water, and land. Environmental
By Pravesh Aggarwal, RGNUL Editor’s Note: The world is well equipped with variety of energy sources that is filled in the environment. The major energy resources
By Mohak Rana, NMIMS, School of Law, Mumbai ‘Editor’s Note: Disaster or catastrophe or any such accident is inevitable. Almost all the nations witness such
By Abhishek Thommandru & Trishna Roy, DSNLU Editor’s Note: This paper discusses the scheme of carbon taxing and cap-and trade and materializes on the fact that carbon trading