Akashdeep Singh Jandu
Environmental Problems
Theory of Environmental
Policy
Environmental Policy in India
Developed Countries Tried to Put Blame on Developing Countries in
Terms
Population Growth and Poverty
Developing Countries...
 Externality Problem
 Market Based (Ex-ante) Instruments
 Emission Charges or Taxes
 Deposit-refund Systems
 Marketab...
 Command and Control Regulation: Standards
 Criteria for choosing among environmental Policy
Instruments
 Environmental...
 Introduction
 UN Conference on Human Environment, 1972
 The Water Act of 1974 (Amendment, 1988)
 The Constitution of ...
 The UN Conference on Environment and Development
(Earth Summit), 1992 (Rio)
 Agenda 21
 Precautionary Principle (15)
...
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt
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Akashdeepsinghjandu16, environment ppt

  1. 1. Akashdeep Singh Jandu
  2. 2. Environmental Problems Theory of Environmental Policy Environmental Policy in India
  3. 3. Developed Countries Tried to Put Blame on Developing Countries in Terms Population Growth and Poverty Developing Countries Tried to Put Blame for Environmental Degradation On Developed Countries Because of Affluence or Energy Intensive Consumption Patterns
  4. 4.  Externality Problem  Market Based (Ex-ante) Instruments  Emission Charges or Taxes  Deposit-refund Systems  Marketable or Tradable Emission Permits  Output Taxes; and  Performance Bonds and No-compliance Fees  Reducing Government Subsidies
  5. 5.  Command and Control Regulation: Standards  Criteria for choosing among environmental Policy Instruments  Environmental Effectiveness  Static Efficiency  Dynamic incentives  Flexibility  Monitoring and Enforcement  Equity; and  Acceptability  Bargaining Solutions: Coase theorem  Liability (Ex-post)  Information Programmes
  6. 6.  Introduction  UN Conference on Human Environment, 1972  The Water Act of 1974 (Amendment, 1988)  The Constitution of India (42nd Amendment, 1976)  The Air Act of 1981 (Amendment, 1987)  Bhopal Gas Tragedy, 1984  The Environmental Protection Act of 1986  The Environmental Protection Rules of 1986  The Product Liability Insurance Act of 1991
  7. 7.  The UN Conference on Environment and Development (Earth Summit), 1992 (Rio)  Agenda 21  Precautionary Principle (15)  Polluter Pays Principle (16)  The Earth Summit, 2002

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