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2023, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A

Climate change globalization’s effects on India


Author(s): Koyel Ghosh, Pradipta Nayak, Indranath Bagchi, Subham Banerjee, Puja Parya, Manjuri Biswas, Antu Rani Majumder and Mouli Roy

Abstract: “At present, we are stealing the future, selling it in the present, and calling it Gross Domestic Product,” argues Environmentalist Paul Hawken when he points out the looming threat facing humanity. National security concerns and non-traditional security threats related to climate change have been ignored for a very long time. Due to social, economic, and political factors. India has recently taken the lead in the Global Alliance’s fight against climate change, as seen by the effort at the just-completed COP 26 in Glasgow. Whereas, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi accepted the revised Nationally Determined Contribution, which contained a significant message. Where he emphasised the necessity to embrace a lifestyle that is environmentally friendly (L.I.F.E). Yet, the previously existing has received less focus. This problem is not adequately addressed by current legislation like the Environment Protection Act of 1986. A violation of the EPA or any other law of a same nature is penalised in accordance with Section 24 of the Act, among other restrictions. Reaching objectives like the target of net zero emissions by 2070 will be difficult with these gaps in our municipal law. A 45% reduction in the economy’s carbon intensity by 2030 also looks unlikely. The cracks in our security system are made clear by the laxity of the rules in India on climate change. It is crucial for cases like Rajiv Dutta v. Union of India (2016) to serve as a reality check for organisations like the NGT. Which currently need more stringent compliance controls to address the security risks posed by climate change.

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Koyel Ghosh, Pradipta Nayak, Indranath Bagchi, Subham Banerjee, Puja Parya, Manjuri Biswas, Antu Rani Majumder, Mouli Roy. Climate change globalization’s effects on India. Int J Civ Law Legal Res 2023;3(1):24-29.
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