Law and border
Industries exploit lack of restrictions on sending waste to other states and poor surveillance
State pollution control boards are confounded. They cannot handle the growing illegal movement of hazardous waste across states.
Reason: there is no stringent regulation in the law books that addresses this issue, so the culprits manage to escape scot-free.
Unlike the movement of hazardous waste across international borders
- Making trade work for climate change mitigation: the case of technical regulations
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding failure of NHAI in complying with environmental norms, 06/03/2023
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding illegal mining of gypsum on Indo-Pak border in Bikaner district of Rajasthan, 24/02/2023
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding rejuvenation of Najafgarh lake, 16/02/2023
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions embedded in agricultural trade: implications and potential opportunities for Asia-Pacific
- Status report filed by the Government of NCT of Delhi regarding measures to ensure rejuvenation of the Najafgarh jheel, Delhi, 05/12/2022