International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Law | India | Volume 8 Issue 4, April 2019


Environmental Laws and Governance: Issues & Challenges

Rohini Singh | Dr Geetika Sood


Abstract: The humanitarian rights as concerned with the alarming need for a reform in the society so that this increasing degradation of the environment to a single digit can possibly be achieved. The various countries of the world from the times of the first Stockholm declaration and ever since are trying hard to achieve the goal of a clean & safe environment and making it as a part of the right to life whereas, in some countries it is rigidly followed as a part of the fundamental right of every citizen. The various declaration and the conferences are the evidence of the concern of the global leaders about the polluted environment, which the future generation are going to bear as a by-product of our deeds today. The coming together is the stepping stone towards the day when possibly the environment would be just like the way it was before the large-scale industrialisation and the never stopping littering of the human being everywhere. The Indian aspect on the human rights leading to the protection of the environment, explained very well with the help of the various fundamental duties and the directive principles of the state policy for the society. The state should enforce such duties for its citizens as the sole enjoyment of the environment is by them so, it becomes their respective job to protect and preserve the same. Few well established civil bodies in the purview of the human rights take the protection of the environment to the edge of the unmatched debates that are required in this heat of the moment when the world is falling apart. Moreover, together achieve the goal of a carbon-free world where there would be a surplus supply of fresh air for the future generation as well as present world.


Keywords: Environmental Laws, Governance


Edition: Volume 8 Issue 4, April 2019,


Pages: 1876 - 1880


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