New Delhi, India, Orient BlackSwan: 2014
Seller ID: 101754
Since the 1980s, the Supreme Court of India has intervened regularly and actively in cases involving environmental issues, calling both state and private agencies to task on environmentally destructive actions and policies and asserting itself in the implementation of its judgments. It has thus earned itself a widespread and formidable reputation as a ‘green court’. But how ‘green’ is it really and what does it even mean to be green in an Indian context?Environmental Jurisprudence and the Supreme Court sheds light on these questions by offering the first comprehensive empirical analysi... View More...