Suchandra Mukherjee

About Suchandra Mukherjee

Suchandra is a 5th Year Law Student, pursuing Law from University of Mumbai. She has published 100+ Articles and Blogs on Legal Portals and International Multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journals. She is adept at legal research and can write fast SEO-friendly creative articles and blog posts on legal topics. She loves to paint and watch thriller movies in her free time.

Relevance of Site Selection & Liability Studies during the EIA Process

Giving equal consideration to environmental, technical, and economic factors is crucial throughout all project planning[1], assessment, and implementation stages. During the Site Selection & Liability Studies during the EIA process, environmental factors should be incorporated early in the project cycle. They should be an integral part of both the project pre-feasibility and feasibility stages. Suppose […]

How to Conduct Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) For Quantification of Environmental Impacts?

Life cycle assessment[1] (LCA) is a method used to evaluate the environmental impact of a product throughout its entire lifespan. The primary purposes of this technique are to analyse the various stages of a product’s life cycle in terms of its environmental impact and to prioritise improvements in products or processes based on this information. […]

Importance of Environment, Social, Governance Due-Diligence (ESGDD) For Businesses

Environment, Social, Governance Due-Diligence (ESGDD) refers to the process of recognizing and addressing environmental, social, and governance risks. The concept of “ESGDD” was introduced to aid investors in identifying potential ESG-related dangers in companies to promote sustainability. A company’s ESG profile can vary from substandard to exceptional depending on how well it meets global labour […]

CPCB EPR Registration Process for Waste Tyres on CPCB’s Centralized Portal

The main objective of the CPCB EPR Registration Process for Waste Tyres is to reduce the amount of discarded tyres in the environment, which offers several benefits to manufacturers, importers, brand owners, and tyre waste processors, such as pollution prevention. The Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change of the Government of India issued a […]

CPCB EPR Registration for Producers of New Tyres

Producers (manufacturers, importers, ad brand owners) of new tyres must have CPCB EPR Registration for producers to comply with the EPR rules and obtain the necessary authorization for the collection, storage, transportation, and disposal of waste tyres. Under the new EPR rules, producers of new tyres are required to establish a system for collecting waste […]

Why Do Companies Need Environment, Health, Safety Due-Diligence (EHSDD) Services?

Environment, Health, Safety Due-Diligence (EHSDD) is a procedure that assists an organization in recognizing potential hazards, minimizing legal responsibility, and decreasing transaction costs. It also presents an opportunity to pin-point future performance enhancements. The accurate cost, worth, or effect of environmental, health, and safety management is not typically reflected in a company’s financial statements. When […]

Sustainability Reporting under BRSR Framework of SEBI

Sustainability reporting under BRSR enables businesses to disclose their performance and impact metrics regarding various Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) parameters. Its purpose is to encourage companies to be more transparent about their risks and opportunities. In 2021, only 20% of the 586 companies assessed in India released sustainability reports, as per a report by […]

How to Conduct SIA in India: An Overview

Social Impact Assessment (SIA) is a process that evaluates and manages the intended and unintended social effects, both positive and negative, of policies, programs, plans, projects, and other initiatives. SIA considers the impacts on individuals, families, communities, and institutions, including changes in social structures, relationships, and cultural identity. Knowing how to conduct SIA provides decision-makers […]

Role of Consultants in the Environmental Public Hearing Process

The public hearing is crucial to a successful Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) procedure. An Environmental public hearing serves as a means for individuals who are directly affected to voice their concerns and promotes transparency in the environmental clearance process. The critical difference between public consultation and participation is that the former is a passive process […]

What is Project Risk Assessment (PRA) in EIA?

Risk management or project risk assessment involves anticipating potential risks that may arise over time, enabling us to prepare for them using limited resources. This approach involves identifying, analysing, responding to, and monitoring project risks. The process of PRA is conducted in the early stages of the project using a pre-defined methodology, tools, and techniques […]

Significance of Flood Risk Assessment and Stormwater Drainage Studies in EIA

Flood risk assessment and storm-water drainage or management studies are essential for managing the impacts of natural force of floods, in the study area. And to assess whether the site in a flood prone area is suitable to riverfront development or not.  The rapid urbanisation of cities has resulted in reduced infiltration of precipitation (rain, […]

Role of Health Risk Assessment in the Impact Assessment Reporting a Project?

A health risk assessment (HRA), is conducted to assesses an individual’s lifestyle factors and health risks in a specific set on conditions. Comprehensive HRAs are frequently used to evaluate all aspects of an individual’s well-being, including nutrition, fitness, stress, sleep, mental health, and biometric data. Healthcare marketing professionals use targeted HRAs focusing on specific medical […]

Need of APCDs for Pollution Control in Industries

Air pollution control devices, APCDs for Pollution Control, are tools designed to prevent various types of pollutants, including solid and gaseous ones, from being released into the atmosphere, mainly through industrial smokestacks. These devices can be broadly categorised into two groups: those that manage the quantity of particulate matter that enters the environment and those […]

Why is Environmental Impact Identification (ENVID) needed before Environment Clearance?

The Environmental Impact Identification (ENVID) process focuses explicitly on assessing the anticipated environmental impacts of a project. During this procedure, specific activities are thoroughly evaluated to determine which environmental aspects may be affected. The primary objective of ENVID is to detect potential environmental impacts at an early stage. The process involves identifying measures to prevent, […]