Tag: Environment Law

The Future of Justice Srimathy’s Judgement: Treating Mother Nature as a...

This is part two of Out of the Woods, a two-part series that explores the implication of treating Mother Nature as a legal entity....

Why India Needs A More Proactive Approach to International Law

A group of international lawyers have petitioned the MEA for greater documentation of State practice. Why is there a need for transparency and accountability in State practice?

Out of the Woods: How Mother Nature as a Legal Being...

The Madras High Court declared 'Mother Nature' as a living entity. What are the implications of such a judgement?

Trailing A Path of Non-Anthropogenic Jurisprudence Amidst the Climate Crisis

In the age of the Anthropocene, can the world’s rapid biodiversity losses be mitigated by shifting to a non-anthropogenic legal paradigm?

What is the future of India’s forests? Explaining the proposed ...

Decoding the new recommendations to the Forest Conservation Act (FCA), 1980, and its impact on our forests and forest-dependent communities.

Introduction to Environment Law: Module 3

Welcome to the third and final module for our course, Introduction to Environment Law! Go Back to Module 2 | Go Back to Module 1 In...

Introduction to Environment Law: Module 1

What are the sources of Environment law? How are they categorized? How do these sources impact our understanding of the law?