Environmental Law — An Introduction is an elementary level text book incorporating cases and material on environmental law as per the syllabus prescribed by Bar Council of India and followed in many law colleges and law universities across the country. Environmental Law being a compulsory course, the book is relevant for all law students, in both three-year and five-year courses. This book covers the principles of international environmental law, international jurisprudence, relevant constitutional provisions, principles and case-law on law relating to water; air; forests, animals and biological diversity. It includes discussion on climate change, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and National Green Tribunal (NGT) with summaries of important NGT Orders. It also covers important environmental rules including those framed in 216 and related case-law. Key Features:- • Summaries of cases in international environmental law and NGT Orders; • Case-summaries in each chapter with facts, issues, contentions and Court Orders; • Includes the revised Waste-Management Rules of 216; • Sustainable Development Goals, 23.
Nawneet Vibhaw is a Managing Associate at Luthra & Luthra Law Offices and specializes in Environmental Law and Policy. He has earlier taught Environmental Law and Energy Law at National Law University Delhi and at Jindal Global Law School. He has worked with AZB & Partners, Mumbai and Trilegal, Mumbai. He has also authored a book on Energy Law and Policy in India (LexisNexis, 2014). He currently practices at the National Green Tribunal and advises clients on legal issues relating to environment.
Environment and Wildlife Laws in India
Author : Arjya B Majumdar, Debosmita Nandy & Swayambhu Mukherjee