Constitutional Provisions and Statues for Protection of the Environment

  • Suveer Dubey
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  • Suveer Dubey

    Student at Amity Law School, Noida, India

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India was a rich country of flora and fauna at one point of time. Through the advent of modernization in the late 21st Century the resources in our country started depleting at a rapid pace. Today, our country is one of the most populous countries in the world but our resources are quite limited. To protect the Environment and the limited number of resources, the concept of protection of environment through Environmental Laws came into existence in the late 20 th Century. Environment Laws were introduced to protect the land, water and air which are the basic essentials for a human being to survive. However, being such a densely inhabited country in the world, these Environment Laws lacked proper implementation, though they were numerous attempts made by all organs of the government. The government came up with several laws and regulations like the concept of Police Power, Regulatory Takings and many more, but the implementation of these laws couldn’t take place effectively Through my paper, I will try and identify the main Environmental concerns and, following that, the solution for protection of the Environment by way of application of the relevant Environmental laws.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 1104 - 1116


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