ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES & STRATEGIS FOR ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION IN INDIAN BUSINESSJournal: International Journal of Business Management & Research (IJBMR) (Vol.3, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2013-08-31
Authors : SURYA BHUSHAN TIWARI;
Page : 9-22
Keywords : Environment; Humanity; Intangible; Ecology; Unquantifiable; Resource Depletion;
In general, environment refers to the surroundings of an object. Environmental law is a complex and interlocking body of treaties, conventions, statutes, regulations, and common law that, very broadly, operate to regulate the interaction of humanity and the rest of the biophysical or natural environment, toward the purpose of reducing the impacts of human activity, both on the natural environment and on humanity itself. The topic may be divided into two major subjects: (1) pollution control and remediation, (2) resource conservation and management. Laws dealing with pollution are often media-limited - i.e., pertain only to a single environmental medium, such as air, water (whether surface water, groundwater or oceans), soil, etc. - and control both emissions of pollutants into the medium, as well as liability for exceeding permitted emissions and responsibility for cleanup. India having 18% of the world's population on 2.4% of world's total area has greatly increased the pressure on its natural resources. Water shortages, soil exhaustion and erosion, deforestation, air and water pollution afflicts many areas. India‘s water supply and sanitation issues are related to many environmental issues. Environmental degradation seriously threatens economic and social progress even at the global level. Increasing craze for mega cities and high tower buildings without considering the width of the roads and parking areas have been causing further congestion and damages to the environment thereby degrading the environment much faster than economic growth.
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