Waste Water Technology / Water Pollution Control / Water Management / Aquatic Pollution.
International & Foreign Law/Comparative Law.
Sciences de l'environnement
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Abstractedited by Joseph W. Dellapenna, Joyeeta Gupta.
The Evolution of Global Water Law -- Mesopotamia: A History of Water and Law -- Islamic Law and the Politics of Water -- Water in the Jewish Legal Tradition -- Evolving National Law and Politics -- Brazil: The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water -- South Africa: The Development of Water Law -- East African Water Regimes: The Case of Kenya -- Israel: The Evolution of Water Law and Policy -- Russia: Historical Dimensions of Water Management -- India: Evolution of Water Law and Policy -- Australia: The Problem of Sustainability in Water -- United States: The Allocation of Surface Waters -- United States: The Emergence of Environmental Considerations -- Evolving Supranational and Regional Water Law and Politics -- European Community Water Policy -- Southern Africa: Evolving Regional Water Law and Politics -- The Jordan Basin: Evolution of the Rules -- The North American Great Lakes -- The Río de la Plata Basin -- Current Trends in International Water Law -- Case Law on International Watercourses -- International Cooperation on Water Resources -- Public Participation in Water Governance -- The Market Alternative -- Conclusions -- The Challenges for the Twenty-First Century: A Critical Approach.
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