Climate Change In The 21st Century: Issues Of Justice Integrifolia | 4436
Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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Earth is a beautiful planet in this galaxy. It is the only planet which supports life. Therefore protection of the same is paramount
duty of the human being irrespective of the nations where they reside and where they are. In the 21st Century it is very much
important to look into the Climate Change both National and International Perspectives in the context of judicial perspective.
As of now the countries has divided as three groups such as Developed Countries, Developing Countries and Least Developing
Countries. In the year of 1992 United Nations frame work conventions on climate change was enacted. This convention says that
Change in the earth climate and its adverse effects are a common concern of humankind. Climate change is one of the threats
the all life on earth is facing today. Climate change is the change of climate attributed directly or indirectly to human activity
that alters the composition of the global atmosphere Climate. That is why, through this paper an attempt has been made to bring
out the relevance of international conventions with regard to climate change and in what way it has been properly implemented
keeping in mind of protection larger biodiversity in concern.
C Anita Fabiyola is a Junior Research Fellow under the Guidance of Prof.(Dr.) A. David Ambrose, Department of Legal Studies, University of Madras,
Chennai and published several articles in international and national Journals and presented more than 10 papers in international and national
conferences and seminars
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