ASSESSING INDIAN EIA LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF EIA DRAFT NOTIFICATION 2020M.Z.M. Nomani, Ghazal Salahuddin and Mohammad Rauf
The Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) law is a cardinal rule of sustainability and ecological equity. The salubrious arrangements of social effect, natural arranging, and formal proceeding mirrored the EIA system. The contamination control instrument, biological cycle evaluation, and social legacy preservation are likewise a portion of the highlights of Indian EIA law. As a branch of the Environment Protection Act, 1986, the EIA is a subordinate enactment. The evolution and development of the EIA law through EIA Notification, 1994, EIA Notification, 1997 and EIA Notification, 2006 and EIA Notification, 2020 seen a likely piece of manageability law and soothsaying of natural equity in India. The EIA law requires an evaluation of its failures and successes from 1994-2020.The legal and judicial assessment necessitated for the refinements in theory and methodology to serve the end of sustainable development and environmental justice.