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Environment Law Bulletin
An inevitable consequence of development and industrial progress is generation of waste. Therefore, efficient waste management is a matter of international concern and countries have set up robust regulatory waste...
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Minerals, a non-renewable natural resource are a vital raw material to a number of industries. As these resources are limited and non-renewable, the mining activity requires a lot of licenses...
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The use of scientific technology for conversion of waste into energy in the conversion plants is being seen as a potential solution for the ever increasing waste and the shortage...
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Human beings have, over the years, indulged in activities that have severely impacted the environment. Burning of fossil fuels and deforestation has led to a high concentration of carbon dioxide...
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