Issue: June, 2022
For Private Circulation Only
Welcome readers, to this year’s sixth issue of Legist.
This June, in the relevance of the World Environment Day, we present to you the analysis of the development of Environmental Law in India and how it’s protected by the Indian Constitution.
World Environment Day was first celebrated in the year 1974. This day has created a platform to raise an awareness that the world is facing the problem such as air pollution, plastic pollution, global warming and sea level increasing day by day.
In our first article, we discuss a detailed analysis of the development of Environmental Law in India. The second article talks about the protection and safeguards that are provided by the Indian Constitution towards Environmental Law in the country. It further analyses the historical development and the future of Environmental Law .
We hope you find this issue of Legist informative and interesting.
The Development of Environmental Law in India
Rishabh Moon (Research and Editorial)
Protection of Environment under the Indian Constitution
Shreya Rai and Rishabh Moon (Research and Editorial)
Labour laws were introduced for developing a healthy and sustainable relationship between the workers, trade unions, and the employer, considering the employment standards, health and safety regulation, and financial security of the worker and the employer’s need to have better working conditions, flexible and productive workforce for better sales and growth of the business. In relevance of International Labour Day, this article brought to you by Ishita Sharma analyses the development of Indian labor laws on labor rights. It discusses the historical development and future of Indian labor laws.