6 edition of The Scarcity of Water, Emerging Legal and Policy Responses found in the catalog.
May 14, 1997
Written in English
|Series||International Environmental Law and Policy Series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
In this book, policy instruments are de the policy responses to water scarcity and drought should include adapta tion. vague core requirements set forth by the legal text of the WFD. This book documents a sample of those different trajectories, in terms of water transformations, option, services and politics. Water is a key element shaping urban form, economies and lifestyles, part of the ongoing transformation of cities. Cities are faced with a range of technical and policy options for future water .
In addition, the planet faces emerging problems of water scarcity, soil depletion, deforestation, loss of biosphere integrity, and chemical alteration of vital planetary systems. This book focuses on this cluster of six environmental crises for several reasons. Book Review- The Scarcity of Water: Emerging Legal and Policy Responses Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. , 92 Am. J. Int'l. .
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The threat of water scarcity touches human populations and ecosystems worldwide. This work overviews the various legal responses to conflicts involving water as a resource. It addresses the continuous development of water law in the face of new water shortage scares. The distinguished team of contributors analyses the nature of the problem, international water law, legal and policy responses.
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The Scarcity of Water, Emerging Legal and Policy Responses (International Environmental Law and Policy Series)Cited by: It addresses the continuous development of water law in the face of new water shortage scares.
The distinguished team of contributors analyses the nature of the problem, international water law, legal and policy responses to water scarcity in selected regions, and the emergence of a new body of economic water.
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Get this from a library. The scarcity of water: emerging legal and policy responses. [Edward H P Brans;]. International Environmental Law and Policy Series The Scarcity of Water Emerging Legal and Policy Responses Editors Edward H.P. Brans, Esther J. de Haan, Andre Nollkaemper and Jan Rinzema 'KLUWER LAW INTERNATIONAL LONDON - THE HAGUE - BOSTON.
The Scarcity of Water - Emerging Legal and Policy Responses (Hardcover) / Author: Edward H.P. Brans / Author: Esther J. de Haan / Author: Jan Rinzema / Author: Andre NollKaemper ; ; Environment law, Social law, Laws of other jurisdictions & general law, Law, Books.
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It includes provisions amounting to 70bn dinars to mitigate the. Water scarcity is a natural as well as a human-induced phenomenon.
For many countries, water scarcity represents the most pressing challenge to socio-economic and human development at large. Water scarcity due to over-use and the uneven distribution of water resources in both time and space, coupled with the growing water pollution, is becoming a growing concern.
With population growth, water scarcity will proliferate to new areas across the globe. And with climate change, rainfall will become more fickle, with longer and deeper periods of droughts and deluges.
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Water pricing is a means of exercising a public policy about water. Water prices have been steadily rising in the past years due to the high demand and the fact that water quality has deteriorated and demands additional processing before it is provided to consumers.
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Common examples of wet infrastructure include new construction as well as renovations and maintenance of locks, weirs, storm-surge barriers, guiding structures, pumping plants. The Legal Response to International Water Scarcity and Water Conflicts: The UN Watercourses Convention and Beyond.
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