Laws for the Protection of Environment and their Applicability in India

  • Aditi Sharma
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  • Aditi Sharma

    Student at Law College Dehradun, India

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Restoration, preservation, and enhancement of the ecosphere are key challenges throughout the globe today. The environment encompasses both the biological and physical environments. The physical environment includes soil, rivers, and air. Plantations, wildlife, and other species are part of the biological ecosystem. Both the physical and biological environments are interlinked. Rapid industrialization, modernization, population outburst, excessive exploitation of natural reserves, disturbance of global ecosystems equilibrium, and the extinction of a plethora of creature and flora species for economic purposes are all elements that have led to ecological damage. The pollution of one country contributes to the general destruction of every other country in the world. There is no shortage of environmental laws in India, but its implementation has remained far from efficient. The Constitutional obligation and other environmental regulations must be enforced effectively and efficiently. The court has played an important and admirable innovative function. Many PILs have been introduced in the SC of India, against several industry sectors for neglecting to offer satisfactory pollution regulations and also against Pollution Control Boards to supervise them to take initiatives to guarantee pollution controls. To ensure the efficient and effective implementation of these rules, an adjucatory body comprised of complex legal professionals must be established. Caring for environmental regulation and protection is fundamentally a plan to protect that national growth follows sensible, stable regulations.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 2820 - 2832


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