Sustainable Development and Human Rights

  • Dr. Khushboo
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  • Dr. Khushboo

    Assistant Professor at Amity University Punjab, Mohali, India

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Environmental Issues that we face today have three areas i.e population, natural resources and pollution. For understanding the problem and solution require broad multidisciplinary approach. We cannot solve complex environmental issues that we face today through science and technology. There is need to develop new approach and understand, address the human element and human rights also. A lot of conflicting information about the environment and its issues are there in India. Traditional solutions and a new brand of responses could help us to find lasting solutions to pressing problems. These are part of new strategy known sustainability. All across the world change is underway. It’s not ordinary change either. It is profound change in the ways societies conduct their everyday affairs ways that are leading to a new wave of environmental protection with lasting impacts. As we know the world is witnessing global crises of environmental degradation. The future of earth is intimately linked with sustainable development which is ostensible goal of environmental policy and law as enunciated in Agenda 21 of Earth Summit, 1992. For that policies and legislations should be made more stringent and absolute, as well as gentle towards human rights. The aim of this paper is to discuss the challenges and issues associated with human rights and sustainability.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 5, Page 1650 - 1654


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