Public interest litigation as indirect market-based instrument of pollution control

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Indian Institute of Management , Bangalore
Pollution -- Economic aspects -- India., Environmental policy -- I



Statementby Aparna Sawhney.
SeriesWorking paper ;, no. 200, Working paper (Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore) ;, 200.
ContributionsIndian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2005/60027 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3333348M
LC Control Number2004312408

Pollution liability endorsed through environmental public interest litigation (PIL). and resultant judicial activism during the late s and s, has performed as indirect market based instruments of pollution management in India. While a purely judicial approach to environmental.

In the meantime, the law of pollution liability endorsed through environmental public interest litigation (PIL), and resultant judicial activism during the late s and s, has performed as Author: Aparna Sawhney.

Economic or market based installments for pollution control has been in the policy agenda of the Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests for a decade now. In the meantime, the law of pollution liability endorsed through environmental public interest litigation (PIL), and resultant judicial activism during the late s and s, has performed as indirect market based instruments of pollution management Author: Aparna Sawhney.

Abstract. The salient feature of India’s pollution control is the active role played by the judiciary. There are an increasing number of public interest litigation (PIL) cases and other legal efforts, which are playing an important role in environmental policy implementation and legal : Yuko Tsujita.

Book seems to be very interesting may guide non lawyers. I am a Retd GM - HR and now, Social Worker Public Interest Litigation and Political Theories and Economic Policy of the Government. iv VexatiousFrivolous Litigation Complaint of Pollution of Bokaro River.

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Reviews: 4. Public Interest Litigation (hereafter PIL). Until the early s, litigation in India was in its rudimentary form because it was seen as a pursuit for the vindication of private vested interests. During this period, initiation and continuance of litigation was prerogative only to the individual aggrieved party.

Strengthen and Integrate Money Markets.

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Because control by the central bank over the supply of reserve money is the fulcrum of indirect monetary control, such methods will not be fully effective unless the “market” for short-term bank liquidity (either an interbank or a money market) can signal and transmit the central bank’s actions rapidly and transparently to all market participants.

Policy Instruments for Pollution Control in Developing Countries Article (PDF Available) in The World Bank Research Observer 7(2) August with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Specific Instruments: Advantages, Disadvantages, and Operational Issues. Tables 1 and 2 describe the characteristics of various direct and indirect instruments of monetary policy and summarize their advantages and disadvantages.

The most common types of direct instruments are interest rate controls and bank-by-bank credit ceilings, along with directed lending by central banks. national environmental pollution control laws were enacted, in the form of the Two Water Quality Regulation Laws for the regulation of pollution sources.

Here again, the legislation lacked teeth, and environmental damage continued to worsen. It should be remembered, though, that the pollution control measures were introduced in the context of. spent excessive amounts of funding and resources for pollution control may cost citizens more than health.

The financial returns of these companies, and the costs they spend on pollution control are eventually passed on to consumers. Reduced income of consumers translated to less spending on goods and services they value. Choosing policy instruments for pollution control: a review (Inglês).

Jeffrey Peirce, P. Aarne Vesilind, in Environmental Pollution and Control (Fourth Edition), RISK. Most pollution control and environmental laws were enacted in the early s in order to protect public health and welfare. 1 In these laws and throughout this text, a substance is considered a pollutant if it has been perceived to have an adverse effect on human health.

Downloadable. The use of market-based incentives (MBIs) as mechanism for influencing pollution abatement has increased greatly in recent years. This trend reflects the realization that the integration of economic and environmental decision-making will induce the private sector to take steps to reduce their pollution emissions levels.

Market-based incentive instruments may be broadly classified. The government can protect the environment in the two ways – market based solution and direct regulation. Market based solution gives some incentive to the produce so that he can be influenced to reduce the level of pollution.

Pollution tax, fine, reductions in other direct or in indirect. Public interest Litigation, In simple words, means, litigation filed in a court of law, for the protection of Public Interest, such as pollution, Terrorism, Road safety, constructional hazards etc. Public interest litigation is not defined in any statute or in any act.

It has been interpreted by judges to consider the intent of public at large. Interoduction: Public Interest litigation, itself says that this is a litigation for any public interest. In the words of some learned people we can say that public interest litigation in a litigation which can be file in any court of law by any public spirited person for the protection of “public interest.”.

History. For example, although the use of new environmental policy instruments only grew significantly in Britain in the s, David Lloyd George may have introduced the first market-based instrument of environmental policy in the UK when a Fuel tax was levied in during his ministry.

Transferable permits. A market-based transferable permit sets a maximum level of pollution (a 'cap. Policy instruments for pollution control in developing countries. Eskeland GS, Jimenez E.

and indirect instruments (like input/output taxes and subsidies, substitution subsidies, abatement inputs, regulation of equipment and processes, and development of clean technologies) are examined.

Examples are used to show how indirect instruments. Public Interest Litigation in India: A Critical Review 19 Public Interest Litigation in India: A Critical Review Surya Deva* Assistant Professor, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong India; Litigation; Public interest Abstract: Public interest litigation.

Public interest litigation has historically been an innovative judicial procedure for enhancing the social and economic rights of disadvantaged and marginalized groups in India. In recent years, however, a number of criticisms of public interest litigation have emerged, including concerns related to separation of powers, judicial capacity, and inequality.

Public Interest Litigation in India: Implications for Law and Development Sarbani Sen ∗ Though the implications of public interest litigation [PIL] has been extensively examined in the context of the Indian constitutional and legal system, in my view this s phenomenon has.

Public interest law includes a number of these developments including legal aid, research, formation of public opinion, lobbying and litigation conducted by specialized lawyers and organizations. PIL, litigation in the interest of the public, is thus only one of the various methods of the greater movement of public interest law.

Roots. There are two approaches to the problem of air pollution. One is by the way of market based instruments and the other is the approach of command and control measures.

Market based instruments Market based instrument approach to environmental policy makes use of market place, by modifying market signals in order to induce environmentally more. The instrument of Pubic Interest Litigation in the realm of environmental law had emerged as a means of securing social justice for the deprived sections of society through a creative interpretation of the Constitution.

(Baxi, ) While the. The concept of 'the public interest' is often used in legal & political discourse, lending an air of legitimacy & respectability to exercises of power. But the term is rarely defined in any meaningful sense.

This text considers abstract concepts of public interest from the literature of law political science & economics. Book\/a>, schema. Abstract. Despite the broadening of locus standi in environmental cases by both Section 38 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa,and Section 32 of the National Environmental Management Act oftwo recent cases suggest that the pre-constitutional approach to locus standi still holds sway in our Courts.

Moreover, failure to recognise the environmental right in.

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Public interest litigation is brought before the court not for the purpose of enforcing the right of one individual against another as happens in the case of ordinary litigation, but it is intended to promote and vindicate public interest which demands that violations of constitutional or legal rights of large numbers of people who are poor.

Enhancing Opportunities for Clean and Resilient Growth in Urban Bangladesh: Country Environmental Analysis (English) Abstract.

Bangladesh has sustained robust economic growth, led by industrial development and urbanization, for the past three decades. Introduction of EPIL Environmental Public Interest Litigation (EPIL) in China permits qualified environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to file litigation to protect the public interest in safeguarding the environment and natural resources from pollution and ecological destruction.

Economic individualism and market-based values dominate today's policymaking and public management circlesùoften at the expense of the common good. In his new book, Barry Bozeman demonstrates the continuing need for public interest theory in government.Finally, we compare Latin American experiences with market-based incentives with those in the U.S.

and Europe, and conclude with several policy recommendations. Published: West, Sarah, and Ann Wolverton. "The Use of Market-Based Policies for Pollution Control in Latin America," in book Environmental Issues in Latin America and the.

A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) can be filed in any High Court or directly in the Supreme Court. PIL is a right given to the socially conscious member or a public spirited NGO to espouse a.