Mapping the Power Struggles of the National Green Tribunal of India: The Rise and Fall?

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This article documents the life-cycle of the National Green Tribunal of India (NGT). The NGT is officially described as a “specialised body equipped with necessary expertise to handle environmental disputes involving multi-disciplinary issues”—a forum offering greater plurality for environmental justice. Its international and national recognition promotes it as an exemplar for developing nations. The change management theory underpinning the paper is drawn from the work of Kurt Lewin and Edgar Schein, thereby allowing the analysis of competing internal and external forces affecting the NGT. There is a transmigration of theory and its application from one discipline to another social science: business psychology and management to law. The article identifies and addresses the crisis, and analyses the reasons and actions of the principal actors or forces interested in supporting the NGT and, on the other hand, those who are concerned, challenged, and affected by its growth, activities, and popularity.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)85-126
JournalAsian Journal of Law and Society
Volume7
Issue number1
Early online date28 Aug 2018
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 28 Aug 2018

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