LL.B, 4th Semester,
D.H.S.K. Law College, Assam
The environment is the surrounding in which all living beings exist. It is the way a human being and other living beings survive. Large part of the non living things are human-made. Human is the creator its true but nature is the mother of creation. To protect and preserve the environment is the today’s concern of all. Human beings have created so many non-natural things that it is now destroying the nature itself. Environmental destruction and pollution has seriously threatened the human life, health and livelihood. Thus, there has been a thrust on the protection of environment the world over. If the quality of life is to be assured to the present generation and if the future generation is to be saved from the environmental catastrophic of the nature's gift to us in the form of flora and fauna has to be preserved in its natural form. Sustainable development is the main way to tackle the problem of environmental destruction.
The object of the environmental law is to preserve and protect the nature's gift to men and women such as water air or an atmosphere from pollution. This law is made on the basis of protection of environment which is destroyed by the human being only. But the law alone cannot tackle the problem of pollution there must be awareness of the problem and sustained efforts are required to you take so that we can help our environment to do re- develop. Environment is a difficult word to define. The simple meaning related to surroundings but obviously that is a concept which is relatable to whatever object it is which is surrounded. Man is nature's best promise and worst enemy.
This statement is obviously true nature always nurtures us and human always hurt the environment. If for the progress of the society industries necessary pollution is inevitable since progress and pollution go together there can be no and of progress and consequently No escape from pollution. But if we have to survive then the pollution level have to be slowed down otherwise it will be tremendously difficult to survive in the polluted environment.
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