Environment

regulation in the fertilizer and herbicide manufacturing to prevent Leaching of toxic chemical. Can a liability be imposed, if yes on who?     

Written by-Satendra Kumar Maurya student of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow. regulation in the fertilizer and herbicide manufacturing to prevent Leaching of toxic chemical. Can a liability be imposed, if yes on who? WHAT IS FERTILIZER: – A fertilizer is a chemical or organic product which improve the quality of fertility of the soil after applying it into the soil. As the name suggests, organic fertilizers come from organic sources such animal …

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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) IN INDIA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) IN INDIA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS Written BY-HARSH SRIVASTAVA, CHANAKYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY INTRODUCTION:   WHAT IS CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR)? While there exists no single universally accepted definition of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), each definition that currently exists hints us towards the impact that businesses have on the current society. Although the roots of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) lies in the various existing philanthropical activities (such as donations, charity, relief work, …

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 WHAT CAN THE GOVERNMENT DO IN A DAY ZERO SITUATION?

Written by: JAHANVI JAJOO, NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, JODHPUR WHAT CAN THE GOVERNMENT DO IN A DAY ZERO SITUATION? The pace at which urbanization, population, development is growing it is creating a huge impact on the Environment. We know there are limited resources available, yet we choose to exploit them as if these resources are available infinite times to us. The day is not far away when people will start killing each other for food and …

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The decline of forest cover in India and what laws protect the forests

The decline of forest cover in India and what laws protect the forests Written by: P Renuka Sai, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University. Introduction Forests are the natural resources of immense significance and are often regarded as a beautiful creation. Forests are valuable not only because of their botanical usage but also because of its recreational and glamorous beauty, which gives glory and attractiveness to many places in both North-East India and other countries. In …

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Government and its duty to protect the Environment

Written by: Harpreet Lamba, Jindal Global Law School Government and its duty to protect the Environment The Government of India owes it citizens a duty to protect the environment. A constitutional duty to protect the Environment was first introduced to India as a part of the 42nd Amendment of the Constitution after the Stockholm Conference held by the UN on ‘Human Environment’. [1] This was done by adding the subject “ecology and environment” through article …

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