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Saturday, December 26, 2015

LL. M. ( Semester - IV ),LW - 409 : ENVIRONMENT AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER,2010 Question Paper,University Of Pune Question Paper

University Of  Pune Question Paper
LL. M. ( Semester - IV ) Examination - 2010
LW - 409 : ENVIRONMENT AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER
(New Course)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 60
Instructions :
(1) Attempt any four questions.
(2) All questions carry equal marks i.e. 15 each.
Q.1) Environmentalism can also be defined as a social movement that recognizes
humanity as a participant in ecosystems. The World Environment Movement
is about protection of ecology and human rights. In the light of above
statement, write a detailed note on World Environment Movement.
Q.2) The Global Environment Facility (GEF) unites member governments in
partnership with international institutions, non-governmental organisations and
private sector to address global environmental issues. Write a critical
appraisal of the structure and functioning of GEF.
Q.3) To what extent do existing global instruments of environmental protection
apply to Antarctic Environment ? Do the arrangements adopted at regional,
sub-regional and national levels provide adequate protection for the
conservation of Marine Environment ? Give your views.
Q.4) Trans-boundary Pollution is an International Problem that demands attention
of International Legal Mechanisms. But at the same time, they can often
be addressed effectively through the domestic legal system. Elaborate with
reference to various trans-boundary pollution hazards.
Q.5) The impacts of disasters, whether natural or man-made, not only have human
dimensions, but environmental ones as well. Comment upon the Disaster
Management Techniques at the International Level.
Q.6) Disposal of Hazardous Waste by developed and industrialized countries to
developing nations is a serious problem faced by International Environmental
Law. What are the mechanisms to control such activities ?
Q.7) Sustainable development has become a Central Objective in National and
International Policy of Development. Increasingly it also finds place in
International and National Laws. Comment in the light of International
Obligation towards sustainable development.
Q.8) Write short notes : (Any Two)
(a) International Obligation for Poverty Alleviation
(b) International Law and Pollution from Ships
(c) International Concern for Natural and Cultural Heritage

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