Environmental law

Definition of "Environmental law"
  1. A set of rules and regulations at state, federal, and international levels aimed at protecting the environment from harm, pollution, and excessive use, and allowing individuals and groups to take legal measures to uphold these protections
How to use "Environmental law" in a sentence
  1. She pursued legal action under the environmental law to prevent the protected forest from being cut down.
  2. The company was fined for violating environmental law by dumping waste in the river.
  3. Municipal authorities ensured new constructions complied with environmental law to protect urban green spaces.

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