A POLICY PRINCIPLE: POLLUTED PAYS PRINCIPLE

Authors

  • Annapurna Pattnaik , Rubi Talukdar

Abstract

When someone knowingly spoils another person's water, not just allow him to cause
harm, he or she may purify the water, or cistern. Polluter Country Theory has now become a
popular term in recent times. That is the key basis of this slogan, if you make a mistake, clean it
up. Realize that the polluter pays hardly a concept in environmental law means 'fault.' It likes a
sample size to reclaim coral reef damage. The polluting party pays for harm done to just the
natural ecosystem under environmental legislation. The tradition is considered significant due to
its economic strength in most OECD and European Community (EC) countries. This article
discusses the context and application of this theory at the national level as well as the major gaps
in India implementation process. In conclusion, the author discusses the big problem facing the
country in its implementation.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Annapurna Pattnaik , Rubi Talukdar. (2020). A POLICY PRINCIPLE: POLLUTED PAYS PRINCIPLE. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 4989 - 4997. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1740