• R. M. Kamble Assistant Professor Karnatak University’s Sir Siddappa Kambali Law College, Dharwad


Human Rights, Environment, Principles, Globalization, Development


The main theme of this article is to interrogate a variety of arguments about the environment and human rights and its influences in order to assess their coherence and consistency, and to evaluate competing perspectives. This paper focuses at identifying the key links between globalization and environment; environment and human rights An integrative section on the effects of globalization and environmental policy and performance leads to domestic and international priority policy issues and recommendations. Globalization is the process by which all peoples and communities come to experience an increasingly common economic, social and cultural environment. The processes of globalization have been increasing economic inequalities and new social problems in India. Public sector has had a decreasing trend due to the reducing government role in the economy. By definition, the process affects everybody throughout the world. In short, the more integrated environmental and trade policies are, the more sustainable economic growth will be and the more globalization can be harnessed for the benefit of the environment. The paper tries to analyze the effects of globalization and its impact on various sectors.

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R. M. Kamble. (2017). HUMAN RIGHTS AND ENVIRONMENT. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(3). Retrieved from