Environmental Pollution And Development
Prior to the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (UNCHE) convened in Stockholm in 1972, environment protection was considered a constraint to development and today, it has largely given way to better understanding of the linkages between development and environment. The UN conference on ?Environment and Development? (UNCED) held in 1992 at Rio indicate that development policy makers have come to realise that degradation of the environment and depletion of valuable natural resources not only p impede economic development but threaten human survival. International Environmental Laws occupy the centre-stage among all efforts towards global environmental protection and conservation. India, being a developing country has been concerned about environmental issues such as land degradation, water pollution air pollution, noise pollution and desertification, which together cause deterioration of the environment. In this book, national laws occupy the centre-stage among all efforts to control environmental pollution and environment protection. India Judiciary has also played an effect role to protect environment. This book covers the course of Environmental Law for LLB. and LLM Classes. Contents include: Jurisprudence of International and National Environmental Law; Environmental Policy and Peoples? Participation in Environmental Protection; Control of water Pollution: Law and Practice; Control of Air Pollution: Law And practice; Control of Noise Pollution: Need for a Comprehensive Law; Control of Land Pollution and Preservation of Ecological Balance; Environmental Protection and Recent Environment Law; Conclusions, Suggestions and Probable Future Trends. This book will be found useful by students, teachers, researchers, policy framers, Jurists and to all those interested in environment protection and law.
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