THE ‘COLLABORATIVE’ IN ENVIRONMENT LAWYERING : AN IGNORED LEGACY ? – Part II

By Mr. Utkarsh Jain* In Part I of this article, I initiated the reader into the (a) non-consultative and non-representative decisions of the Indian nation state with respect to permitting untold destruction of the ecology of India, at sites recognized by UNESCO no less, and (b) an individualistic and overtly litigious response by lawyers in … Continue reading THE ‘COLLABORATIVE’ IN ENVIRONMENT LAWYERING : AN IGNORED LEGACY ? – Part II