Green Politics: The Politics of the Environment and Its Global Governance

  • Inderpreet kaur
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  • Inderpreet kaur

    Student at Lady Shri Ram College for Women, India

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When it comes to the environment and our lifestyle choices, all of us would choose to live the way we are even if it is to be at the expense of the environment. Humans are all aware of how destructive our activities have become for our very first home, the environment but is there enough being done to curb the issue? Is the arena of green politics shown interest in as much as other areas of politics? Has the Global North-South divide of the world caused any differences in opinions and demands on environmental conservation? But the major debate is about how difficult it is to stop globalisation since it has brought the world where it stands right now in various aspects of development and connectivity, and is stopping globalisation the only way forward? There are, obviously, two houses in this debate and somehow both of them agree on conserving the environment. This paper aims to understand how green politics works towards saving the environment and how far has global governance been successful in creating an arena for environment conservation.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 3814 - 3825


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