Environmental Law in India: Issues and Responses

By: R.B. Singh & Suresh Misra (Authors)

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Environmental Law is perceived as one of the most important tools of environmental management. Until very recently, it was a part of various civil and criminal laws specifying rights of individuals groups of people and the state over the nature (land, water, air, plants, wild life, etc.). With the emergence of environmental destruction as a major threat to human survival and development the scope of environmental law has emerged as the most important tool of promoting development without destruction. The present volume constitute a collection of papers presented and discussed at the National Symposium on Environmental Ethics organized by Sustainable Development Foundation in collaboration with Gandhi Bhavan, Delhi in 1992. It includes some of the important environmental laws of India for the ready reference of the reader. The volume aims at focusing on global environmental concerns and the Indian response as evident from legal measures attempted to meet the growing demand for economic development without sacrificing the environmental goals and objectives. Printed Pages: 303.

Title: Environmental Law in India: Issues and Responses

Author Name: R.B. Singh & Suresh Misra (Authors)

Categories: India, Law,

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 1996

ISBN: 8170225752

ISBN 13: 9788170225751

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 701301

Keywords: Environmental Law in India: Issues and Responses R.B. Singh & Suresh Misra (Authors)