International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 8, Part J (2016)
Impact of air pollution on human rights (An empirical study on select brick kilns of Palasbari revenue circle)
Manashi Mazumdar and Dr. Arabinda Debnath
Through this paper a discussion is carried out to examine as how the manufacturing activities of selected brick kilns of Palasbari Revenue Circle lead to violation of human rights. It is observed that in performing manufacturing activities these industries ignore the concept of sustainable development. So as a consequence of their manufacturing activities, various air pollutions have been created which ultimately violates the human rights. With a view to systematizing the discussion of the topic referred to here, the entire paper is divided in to three parts. First part entitled “Background of the Study” which includes Introduction, Review of literature, Meaning of air pollution and human rights, Objectives and Methodology of the study. The second part entitled “Impact of Air Pollution on Human Rights” is a comprehensive study where seven selected brick kilns of Palasbari Revenue Circle are discussed and their production activities are examined. Thereby it is highlighted as how the production activities of these industries not only creating air pollution but also directly or indirectly leading to violation of human rights. The third part entitled “Conclusion” whereby it is justified as how the manufacturing activities of the selected brick kilns are claimed by different act and law as the activities of violating human rights.
How to cite this article:
Manashi Mazumdar, Dr. Arabinda Debnath. Impact of air pollution on human rights (An empirical study on select brick kilns of Palasbari revenue circle). Int J Appl Res 2016;2(8):648-656.