2 edition of Water law in selected European countries found in the catalog.
Water law in selected European countries
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
|Statement||Agrarian and Water Legislation Section, Legislation Branch, Legal Office.|
|Series||Legislative studies (Rome, Italy) -- no. 10, 30., Legislative studies (Rome, Italy) -- no. 10, 30.|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Agrarian and Water Legislation Section.|
|The Physical Object|
The book examines the European Union Water Law and Policy as it was adopted at the beginning of and the attempt to apply integrated water management in Europe. Today, many speak of a water crisis in that the supply of water is unlikely to meet demand and because of pollution that mars many water : Dr. Elli Louka. Although water law is still regulated mainly by individual countries, there are international sets of proposed rules such as the Helsinki Rules on the Uses of the Waters of International Rivers and the Hague Declaration on Water Security in the 21st Century.
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Water laws in selected European countries. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Agrarian and Water Legislation Section. The right to water is recognized by the European Union, but will have its effect through European water directives. This development has its impact on the law of the national Member States. In this book, modern European water law, and its implementation in the Netherlands, is described and s: Herman Havekes, Marleen van Rijswick.
This book provides the first comprehensive assessment of the various Water law in selected European countries book faced by countries in the European Union, European Water Law and Hydropolitics in EU water policy—e.g. the rigidity of the EU’s founding treaties or the institutional complacency of the European Commission—the book argues that these risks are likely to.
Water law in selected European countries (Cyprus, Finland, the Netherlands, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Yugoslavia) Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Water law in selected European countries. Vol. (Belgium, England and Wales, France, Israel, Italy, Spain, Turkey).
law of European countries, the countries themselves have been selected in a way intended to provide a broad cross section of how water resources are managed in wet (Finland) and arid (Cyprus) climates. Indeed, the WFD as well as other major EU legislation in the field of water was adopted on the basis of former Article (1) TEC, now Article (1) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union(hereinafter - TFEU), and thus definitely imbedded in environmental policy.
Twenty-eight years later, the European Union (EU) adopted “Directive /60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a framework for the Community action in the field of water policy,” better known as the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD), which replaced earlier and more limited policies focused on protecting sources of drinking water.
Water Laws in Selected European Countries, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Land and Water Legislation Section () Water: Dispute Prevention & Development, Center For the Global South, October, Washington College of Law, American University, Washington, DC.
Principles of international water law: creating effective transboundary water resources management Muhammad Mizanur Rahaman Water and Development Research Group, Helsinki University of Technology, Tietotie 1E, PO BoxEspoo, Fin HUT, Finland Fax: + 9 E-mail: [email protected]; E-mail: [email protected] Size: KB.
European Water Law and Hydropolitics This book provides the first comprehensive assessment of the various issues faced by countries in the European Union, where progressing climate change and urbanization pose significant cooperative challenges in a large number of river basins.
in EU water policy—e.g. the rigidity of the EU’s Brand: Springer International Publishing. Synthesis report on the quality of drinking water in the Member States of the European Union in the period () 2.
Synthesis report on the quality of drinking water in the Member States of the European Union in the period (). European Water Law and Hydropolitics: An Inquiry into the Resilience of Transboundary Water Governance in the European Union (1st ed.
) (Water Governance - Concepts, Methods, and Practice) View larger image. This book provides the first comprehensive assessment of the various issues faced by countries in the European Union, where Author: Gábor Baranyai. Principles of international water law: Creating effective transboundary water resources management Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Sustainable Society 1(3) August.
A number of countries receive a significant proportion of their freshwater resources as external inflow (see Figure 1). Among EU member states, Hungary and the Netherlands had the highest dependency on transboundary water resources, as external inflow accounted for % and % of their total freshwater resources respectively; the share in Serbia was also high, reaching %.
Most people in the EU have good access to high quality drinking water. According to a report by the European Environment Agency (), more than % of tests carried out on drinking water samples between andmet EU standards.
The EU Drinking Water Directive sets minimum quality standards for water intended for human consumption (drinking, cooking, other domestic purposes), in.
This report presents select findings from FRA’s survey on LGBTI people in the EU and North Macedonia and Serbia. With almostparticipants, it is the largest survey of its kind.
It follows the agency’s first survey on LGBT people in the EU, conducted in Missing: Water law. to come, including the European Parliament, national Parliaments, local and regional authorities, and civil society at large, I will take these ideas forward and give my personal views on the future of Europe in my State of the Union speech in September This should help the European Council draw first.
The availability of water differs between and within countries. This graph shows the percentage of the South African population reporting interruptions Author: Tom Slaymaker And Robert Bain. Sources of international law.
Tofan, C. and S. Strambu (eds.), International Water Law: Selected Documents concerning the International Rivers, Transboundary Groundwaters Lakes and Other Natural Resources, Nijmegen, Wolf Legal Publishers, Volume I; Volume II; Volume III: Regional Issues: Africa and Asia; Volume IV: Regional Issues: Europe.
Water supply and sanitation (WSS) in the European Union (EU) is the responsibility of each member state, but in the 21st century union-wide policies have come into effect.
 Water resources are limited and supply and sanitation systems are under pressure from urbanisation and climate change .Indeed, the stakes are high as the European Environmental Agency found.However, there are a number of useful books on water law.
You can find these and other books in the Library of Congress online catalog by searching on the subject term “Water — Law and legislation — United States.” Here are just a few examples: Corpus Juris Secundum, vols.
(Waters) American Jurisprudence 2d, vol. 78 (Waters). The contributions to this book critically analyse legal issues arising under international law, such as environment and human rights provisions, concerning the economic, environmental and social consequences of proposed water regulatory changes .