International Journal of Law, Justice and Jurisprudence
2021, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A
An interface between biodiversity and environmental laws in IndiaAuthor(s):
Dr. Sudhir Kumar RawatAbstract:
outsized number of areas and aspects. The prime concern of Environmental Laws is to propagate the concept of biodiversity conservation through sustainable development applied in Indian laws. Environmental Law and concept of biodiversity conservation is incredibly important since it deals with the foremost mundane problems addressing safe and clean water, hygienic living conditions, clean and fresh air, fertile land, healthy food and development. If we would like to measure in an exceedingly clean, healthy, aesthetically beautiful, safe and secure environment for an extended time and need at hand over a clean and safe earth to our kids, grandchildren and great grandchildren, it's most essential to know the fundamentals of environmental law and its related rights and duties. The current work is a trial to review about the concept of biodiversity conservation and related laws enacted in India. So, this study will enable the reader to induce knowledge about the assorted laws that were present before independence in addition as post British period. It’s a critical research study of those laws and their working additionally because the steps taken by Indian Government during this regard. Right to live in an exceedingly healthy environment could be a basic right and a typical man must understand this right. Every citizen of this country owes a requirement to avoid wasting environment and to abide by this duty, one must have knowledge about its related laws and penalties. If we are enjoying rights, we must have the duty to let other enjoy their basic rights. So, a positive approach is more towards this idea within the present study.Pages: 92-95 | Views: 204 | Downloads: 67Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Sudhir Kumar Rawat. An interface between biodiversity and environmental laws in India. Int J Law Justice Jurisprudence 2021;1(2):92-95.