MEET US, DON’T EAT US

By: Yashasvi Raghuvanshi (Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow) “We owe it to our children to be better stewards of the environment. The alternative? – A world without whales. It’s too terrible to imagine.”                                           …

Environmental Pollution and Development in India

By: Richi Priydarshni (NUSRL, Ranchi) The existence of life on earth depends upon the harmonious relationship between the ecosystems. But the growing urbanisation is posing serious environmental concerns in India in terms of changing land use pattern, increasing carbon emissions, solid waste generation and disposal, air and water pollution, and poor sanitation amenities. While industrial…