Remedies in environmental cases in Zambia
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This essay has been written in order to provide an insight on the remedies that are available to victims and potential victims of environmental harm. It will advocate for the need to provide effective legal remedies to persons exposed to pollution.The essay is divided into four chapters. The first Chapter mainly deals with the principles of environmental law. It also looks at the definition of air pollution and its effects on human beings. The nature of environmental rights is also discussed in this Chapter. The second Chapter deals with relief in environmental cases. The types of action that may be commenced when environmental harm has occurred or is likely to occur are discussed in this chapter. The Chapter also highlights the various issues that affect the grant of remedies in environmental cases. Locus standi in both domestic and trans-boundary environmental cases is discussed in the third Chapter. The last Chapter will contain a conclusion of the study as well as recommendations aimed at securing access to effective remedies by victims and potential victims of environmental harm.
SubjectEnvironmental law, Cases-Zambia
- Law