Global Commons: Issues, Concerns and Strategies presents a comprehensive international perspective on the global commons—natural resource domains that are not subject to national jurisdictions and are accessible to all nations. These include the oceans, atmosphere and outer space, and specific locations such as Antarctica. Due to their critical importance in maintaining human lives and livelihoods, and their vulnerability to depletion, the collaborative preservation of the global commons is of great relevance to all human communities. Leading world powers, such as France, are increasingly adopting environmental policies as key to their functioning as democracies. After the Paris Climate Conference, there has been a spurt in cooperation between major nations, such as France and India, in the fight against climate change. This book provides exhaustive coverage of all the major facets of preservation of the global commons. It will, therefore, prove indispensable to all stakeholders in a new, just and sustainable world order.
Chapter 12: Expanding Indian Nuclear Industry and Environmental Hazards: A Special Reference to the Establishment and Development of Nuclear Reactors in the Post-2005 Era
Expanding Indian Nuclear Industry and Environmental Hazards: A Special Reference to the Establishment and Development of Nuclear Reactors in the Post-2005 Era
The two major landmark episodes in post-1990 India's history were the New Economic Policy adopted by India in 1991 and the Indo-US Nuclear Deal of 2005. These two episodes still have an influencing impact on every sphere of India's life. The landmark Indo-US Nuclear Deal was signed by the President of the United States and the Prime Minister of India in 2005. The final ratification of the deal by the US Congress in 2008 opened ...