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Articles related to Environmental Protection Act 1986

  Articles related to Environmental Protection Act 1986 Man has attempted to conquer nature to a large extent, and his efforts have been successful. As the quality of life deteriorates, environmental concerns have increased. Increasing pollution, loss of biodiversity, loss of vegetative cover, rising risks of environmental mishaps, and toxic substances in the ambient atmosphere have all been shown to pose a threat to the environment. The government is proposing several legislations in response to the mounting hazards. The Indian legislature has passed a number of laws dealing with certain types of pollution. The Environmental Protection Act of 1986, which is the general legislation for environmental protection, is the most essential act. It was passed under Article 253 of the Constitution and the expression in the say of environmental quality was taken at the United Nation Conference on the Human Environment held at Stockholm in June 1972. The government of India strongly voiced again