Lexis Nexis’s Environmental & Pollution Laws in India by Justice T S Doabia – 4th Edition 2023


This book is an exhaustive commentary on aspects related to environmental law, divided into three-volumes. It is the most comprehensive and extensive title on the laws related to pollution control and environment protection in India, making this work an essential reference aid for anyone concerned with the interpretation and implementation of Environmental Laws in India.

Key Features:

• This book deals with various aspects of Environmental and Pollution Laws in India.

• Divided into 27 Chapters, the work discusses all important topics such as Air Pollution, Water Pollution, Noise Pollution, Nuclear Pollution, Marine Pollution and Light Pollution, National Green Tribunal – Genetically Modified Organisms, and – Marine Pollution

• Topics such as De-Reservation, Diversion of Forest Land, Compensatory Afforestation, Sustainable Development, Doctrine of Margin of Appreciation, Non Forest Activities, Wood Based Industries, Environment Compensation Charge, Spent Fuel Management have been discussed in detail.

• All important judgments delivered by the Supreme Court, National Green Tribunal and various High Courts have been incorporated.

• Select judgments from other jurisdictions such as the United Kingdom and European Union have also been included.

• It also contains analysis of important conventions such as:

* International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973

* Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention, 2007

* BASEL Convention on the Control of Trans-boundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal

* Convention on Biological Diversity

* The International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage, 2001

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