Right to Development and Environment Conservation

  • Mohd Faiz Khan and Afsha Anjum
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  • Mohd Faiz Khan

    Student at Integral University, Lucknow, India

  • Afsha Anjum

    Student at Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India

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Growing environmental problems of modern age capture attention of the global society. Man, as a major factor in the process of disturbing the optimal environmental balance, is considered to be the most responsible for the emergence of the environmental crisis that manifests itself in all spheres of life. Due to a growing number of environmental problems that require urgent attention, it is necessary to increase awareness of the problems that surround us. In the future, it is necessary to develop environmental (“green”) economy, rationalize consumption, and instil a higher level of environmental awareness into future generations, in order to reduce environmental problems to a minimum level. It should be borne in mind that the environmental dimension is the underlying component of sustainable development of modern mankind. Human societies have long seen a rapid increase in today's global economy; The economy, which has been in existence since at least the mid-1400s, is experiencing post-crisis problems The rapid growth of technology has been part of this expansion that has strengthened the global labour divide and the importance of remote events for all. This segregation of labour allows for further expansion into limited production, and extends everywhere to expand markets and provide cheaper services and resources to increase residual value It is becoming increasingly clear that globalization is not just about saving object manifests itself on a global scale. In the midst of a global phenomenon, the most obvious is the massive movement of goods and services around the world, the flow of cash, data and information especially and people. In addition, there are technological advances and multilateral cultural communications, aided by free improvement trade in a wide range of highly segregated goods and in migration and tourism. Political change and environmental concerns play a key role.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 2, Page 1021 - 1032

DOI: http://doi.one/10.1732/IJLMH.26233

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