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Environmental Law - May/June 2010 Backlog (Old)

Question Type Question  
Short Ecology.
Short Global warming.
Short Public nuisance.
Short Endangered species.
Short Air pollution.
Short Right to wholesome environment.
Short Polluter pays principle.
Short Transnational pollution.
Long Explain the importance of the protection of environment.
Long What are the common law remedies available against pollution?
Long Explain the law relating to preservation and control of water pollution.
Long Explain the constitutional provisions in India for the protection of environment.
Problem New trends dying and printing works were discharging their untreated trade effluents into the stream which was an irrigational canal. The state government issued directions to close down the factory. The powers of the state government were challenged on the ground that principles of natural justice not followed. ? Decide.
Problem Jivan oil mills, based near Bhagyanagar town is causing environmental pollution because of smoke and effluents. The owners of the factory are not complying with statutory provisions of Air Act and Water Act. The residents of the town are in need of a remedy against the factory. Advice.
Problem Peace valley forming part of Himalayas effected by unauthorised and illegal mining operations carried on in and around the area. It is adversely affecting the ecology of the area. Discuss the possible legal remedies available to the people residing in the valley.
Problem Chemco Ltd. wanted to establish a chemical factory near and in the catchment area of Meertank, a lake. It sought the permission of pollution control board of that area. An NGO wants no such permission be given to the industry ? Decide.
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