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Constitutional Provisions For The Protection Of Environment & Wildlife

Anjana P.S. & Sreelekshmi. K.K, Assistant professor, CSI Institute of Legal Studies, Cheruvarakonam, Parassala


We are living in a scientifically evolving world, we find new things to improve our lifestyle and to perform the activities easily. It's a positive thing, but it has a negative side also. Our recent studies find a planet almost similar to earth. In this world, we can see different varieties of creatures that are interconnected. Without their cooperation, no-one can exist. The only difference between these organisms and human beings is that they are capable of rational thinking and due to this they try to control all other beings and use it for their easy life. While thinking about earth, a green and blue globe appears in our mind.We can't even imagine an earth with its green blanket. Human lives and existence are connected with the existence of this green globe. Our Constitution makers also realized the significance of its preservation and they have also foreseen the future consequences and included certain articles in our constitution for the preservation and protection of the earth. Environment and wildlife these terms are also connected. In order to protect it, first we have to understand the concept of the environment, wildlife, the significance of its protection, constitutional provisions and related legislations and conventions and treaties to this aspect. Nowadays, we face lots of environmental issues like climate change, global warming, ice melting etc...


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

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