Course author and teacher:
Prof. Sujata Arya
Symbiosis International University, Law school - Pune
EU Environmental Law
EURASIA Thematic Areas: Business and Trade
Number of Credits: 2
The course content has been elaborated as a result of Prof. Arya’s participation in the first EURASIA training round held in Catania, Italy between 22nd October 2018 – 3th November 2018 and in a short training session held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 30th September - 4th October 2019.
The course has been peer reviewed and validated by Asst. Prof. Dr. Vihar Georgiev and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Stanislav Kostov, members of the EU Studies Department at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”.
The course has been subjected to accreditation procedures at Symbiosis International University, Law school – Pune and is prepared for piloting as a certification course in ….
After the piloting, it is planned to be included in ………………… as a …………… course for the academic year of ……
• To interpret the provisions of various treaties, conventions and agreements pertaining to environmental law.
• To analyse the decisions of the Indian Courts and the European Court of Justice in relation to their application of environmental principles.
• To formulate and construct an interface of environmental law and policy with business, trade, technology and human rights
• To appraise and formulate expert opinions and views
• To create knowledge and produce original research in the form of research papers, Law reform and recommendations..
• critically analyse legal provisions in context of environmental law in India and EU
• compare and contrast the rationale of environmental decisions in Indian Courts and European Courts
• understand the inter relationship between legislations, treaties and agreements and their application in India and EU
• appraise the similarities between the common environmental principles applicable in India and the EU.
• critique and generate an interface of environmental law and policy with business, trade, technology and human rights
• formulate and construct expert opinions and views
• develop the ability to create knowledge and produce original research in the form of research papers, proposals for law reform and recommendations.
3. Self- study
4. Project work
5. Flipped Classroom activities