Introduction Laws and regulations play an increasingly important part in the decision-making process of particular environmental issues and the development of relevant and impactful polices. In addition, economics is also very important in order to provide society and law makers with the appropriate strategies and instruments to reach sustainable environmental development goals. Boyer and Laffont (1999) put forth the argument that one advantage of the law creation process is that policy makers, using their knowledge of macroeconomics, could craft the more suitable environmental regulation. Law and economics may therefore contribute towards a better grasp of environmental law, for example by outlining an understanding of why environmental law
EAPA (2015) further indicated that environmental audit also assist companies to have fewer penalties and suits and assist them to have a better public image with local. community and regulators. Environmental auditing also assist in potential cost saving, increase information transfer, manage regulatory overload and also boost the role of an organisation/company (EPA,
The concept of environmental justice was first introduced in South Africa at the Earthlife 1992 conference (Cock 2004, p.6). Defined as the ‘fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies’ (U.S Environment Protection Agency, 2012), environmental justice aims to shift the world towards environmentally friendly development and eradicate exploitation of natural resources and indigenous communities. Most importantly, it deals mainly with the environmental injustices of these relationships, and the ways and means of rectifying these wrongs and/or avoiding them in the future
Laws being in place to support good ethic for the peace of all people in the society. The laws inspired by ethics is enforced by the government. Therefor the law contributes to the society by helping it to be harmonious and peaceful. Let’s look at a well-known case that will show how the law contributes to a harmonious and peaceful
Fish and Wildlife Service as well as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have used techniques that are similar to those in enforcement on law to regulate narcotics. In Malaysia, it has a too lenient enforcement of their law which caused failure to convict offender or reduction in sentence of the offender for violation of the law, also which has lack of expertise, equipment and training to the officials in investigation of the crime and operation of the laws. In contrary, there are well training and law enforcement cooperation in US which is referring to Environmental Crime Section (ECS) which have 43 prosecutors which bring criminal cases against those who violate wildlife law. ECS attorney also provide advice and
In indicated exercises. Then again, the law does not build human rights. Human rights are innate qualifications which go to each individual as a result Of being human. Settlements and different wellsprings of law for the most part serve To secure formally the privileges of people and gatherings against activities or relinquishment Of activities by governments which meddle with the satisfaction in Their human rights. Global human rights law The formal statement of inborn human rights is through worldwide human Rights law.
Imagine falling sick and being treated unqualified personnel or being experimented upon. The law shields us from danger and therefore misuse while ensuring that justice is served to those who don't abide by them. Laws are made to keep people safe and to make them aware of the fact that they are protected. There have been instances of rich and powerful people using their influence and monetary clout to protect themselves from having to accept responsibility for their crimes and coercing or bribing others to take the fall for
Court gave definite human rights approach to his explanation of the law of ecology and environment. In prompt case it was stated, the law on environmental protection gathers priority as the right to life and that of personal liberty. Court resorted to the Constitutional mandates under Articles 48A and 51A(g) to back this reasoning and went to the level of stating that environmental pollution would be a desecration of the