Environmental Issues & Human Intervention : A Direct Threat to Royals Kingdom- # Save Sunderbans

Introduction Understanding The Mangrove Forests: - Mangroves are the plant-communities occurring in inter-tidal zones along the coasts of subtropical countries and Tropical countries. - Mangrove forests perform multiple ecological functions like production of woody trees, provision for habitat, food and spawning grounds facilities for fin-fish and shellfish, provide provision of habitat for different beautiful and... Continue Reading →

Study India Energy Conservation With The Energy Conservation Act, 2001

Introduction The growing demand for energy has led to the burning of fossil fuels in an exceedingly great amount which directly impacted the environment. It’s vital to use energy with efficiency and its conservation is that the prime priority. There’s s a study wherever it’s aforesaid that just around about 25000 power unit will be... Continue Reading →

The Compensatory Afforestation Fund Act, 2016

Introduction The Union Environment Ministry of India has transferred the ₹47,436 crore to 27 States for afforestation. The funds are pending from long in form of dues, a part of the Compensatory Afforestation Fund (CAF), that has been collected for nearly a few decade as environmental compensation from industry. (1) The funds transferred are in... Continue Reading →

Living inside Gas Chamber- Study Delhi Pollution with Major Case

Living in Delhi is = Smoking fifty cigarettes every single day Introduction The Air Quality Index(AQI) level at 100 is considered as normal, but in Delhi the AQI is 267, is consider as very unhealthy and very bad and fall under “poor” in scale of pollution level. The smog effects the visibility during riding vehicles... Continue Reading →


Earth is our mother, it’s our duty to protect the diversity on it. Introduction The Biological Diversity Act, 2002 was coming out of India’s attempt to realise the objectives enshrined in the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) 1992 which recognising the sovereign rights of states to use their own Biological Resource. (A) Biodiversity... Continue Reading →

Negligence Still Continues – Study The Vizag Gas Leak in Visakhapatnam (2020) from Prospective of Bhopal Gas Tragedy and Oleum gas leak landmark Judgement

It’s Not Just about Vizag And Bhopal - It’s all about people life and environment. The Night of Bhopal gas Disaster and Years after That At the time, it was called the worst industrial accident in history. On December 3, 1984, approximately 45 ton of the damaging gas methyl isocyanate escaped from an insecticide plant... Continue Reading →

The Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 And Landmark Judgements

Delhi High Court has held that right to access to drinking water is fundamental to life and there is a duty of the State under Article 21 of the Constitution to provide clean drinking water to its citizens. The Delhi High Court presided over by J. Jayant Nath laid down this ratio in the case... Continue Reading →


Water,Water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink- Samuel Taylor Coleridge from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner The Statistics of Water Pollution in India: In the winter session of Parliament on 2nd December 2021, the central government has admitted that water is now polluted in many states of India. 1. The amount of lead is... Continue Reading →


Gender clearly has a part in environmental degradation and the health of our natural resources: as to who is affected, who can do what, and how we can move forward. The UN Environment Program expresses itself concisely, stating: "As a result of existing inequities, environmental conditions have a variety of effects on the lives of... Continue Reading →

Exploitation of Natural Resources under Colonial Rule and the Role of Regulatory Framework

The colonial powers came to India for trade. They came for the spices but took away more, they exploited our resources and our environment. Timber was a of utmost necessity for shipbuilding and teak was considered a superior variety of timber most suited for this process. After cutting down trees in their other colonies, the... Continue Reading →

Multilateral Environment Agreements

Multilateral Environment Agreements Multilateral Environment Agreements are those agreements that that are legally binding or three or more member nations. They aim at achieving a set environment goal. A few famous multilateral environment agreements include the Montreal Protocol, the Stockholm Convention and the Minamata Treaty. These agreements deal with different facets of environment protection. Montreal... Continue Reading →


The Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change has released the Indian Cooling Action Plan (ICAP). India has one of the lowest access to cooling across the world, which is reflected in its low per capita levels of energy consumption for space cooling, at 67 kWh, as compared to the world average of 272... Continue Reading →

Waste Management

Waste generation is an inevitable consequence of human activity. With the COVID-19 pandemic, there is increasing amount of bio medical waste (BMW) accumulation across the world. The handling and disposal of these wastes are a major concern due to the various health hazards associated with it. It is the social responsibility of all citizens to... Continue Reading →

Constitution and Environment Protection

The Indian Constitution has placed environment protection on a high stand by imposing duties on both the state and the citizens. There is a directive to the State for protection and improvement of environment. The Constitution also imposes on every citizen a fundamental duty to help in the preservation of natural environment. This is the... Continue Reading →


On the night of December 2, 1984, chemical, methyl isocyanate (MIC) spilt out from Union Carbide India Ltd’s (UCIL’s) pesticide factory turned the city of Bhopal into a colossal gas chamber. It was India's first major industrial disaster. At least 30 tonnes of methyl isocyanate gas killed more than 15,000 people and affected over 600,000... Continue Reading →

Impact of Fukushima nuclear explosions on the environmental jurisprudence

Fukushima Daiichi has been a major contributor to ocean radioactivity .This chapter provides a brief of such and other cases that harmed the marine life and law .it also provides if the judgements thereby were suffice to mitigate the problem. The Tohoku Earthquake and tsunami caused a nuclear disaster in Fukushima Daiichi, Japan, on 11... Continue Reading →


LETS NURTURE THE NATURE SO THAT WE CAN HAVE BETTER FUTURE‘ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION' to heal our degraded ecosystems and biodiversity is the need of our times. The author has pioneered some model ecotechnologies in Restoration Ecology. What the ecosystem of our degraded planet Earth and its deprived poor need desperately today is, Restoration. Unsustainable development, terrorist... Continue Reading →


Green buildings are energy efficient buildings that consume energy without wasting it. Search type of constructions help in reducing the carbon footprint of humans. Carbon footprint is the amount of carbon that each individual leaves behind, which adversely affects the climate. A green building's design, construction and operation reduces the negative impact on natural environment... Continue Reading →


Telecommunication sector is indeed one of the key utility sectors of every country that aids in the functioning and connectivity of the country’s economy not only internally but also with the outside world. This problem is very well understood at times of any calamity which puts national and human security and business value at risk.... Continue Reading →

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