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The UNECE Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes: Its Contribution to International Water Cooperation

Edited by: Attila Tanzi, Owen McIntyre, Alexandros Kolliopoulos

ISBN13: 9789004291577
Published: May 2015
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £163.00



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The UNECE Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes provides invaluable insights into the contribution of this international agreement towards transboundary water cooperation via its legal provisions, accompanying institutional arrangements and subsidiary policy mechanisms.

Subjects:
Environmental Law
Contents:
Abbreviations
Notes on Contributors
Foreword

PART I
Development and Evolution of the Convention
1. Remarks on the Drafting History of the Convention
ALISTAIR RIEU-CLARKE
2. From a Regional towards a Global Instrument – the 2003 Amendment to the UNECE Water Convention
IULIA TROMBITCAIA AND SONJA KOEPPEL
3. The Normative and Institutional Evolution of the Convention
FRANCESCA BERNARDINI

PART II
The Water Convention and other Multilateral Environmental Agreements
4. The 1997 UN Convention: Compatibility and Complementarity
STEPHEN MCCAFFREY
5. The UNECE Water Convention and Multilateral Environmental Agreements
LAURENCE BOISSON DE CHARZOURNES, CHRISTINA LEB AND MARA TIGNINO
6. The Water Convention and other UNECE Environmental Treaties
OWEN MCINTYRE
7. The Water Convention and the European Union: the Benefits of the Convention for EU Member States
GÁBOR BARANYAI

PART III
The Regulatory Framework of the Water Convention
8. Scope of the UNECE Water Convention
MALGOSIA FITZMAURICE AND PANOS MERKOURIS
9. Normative Features of the UNECE Water Convention
ATTILA TANZI, ALEXANDROS KOLLIOPOULOS AND NATALIYA NIKIFOROVA

PART IV
General Principles of the Convention
10. The No-Harm Rule
ATTILA TANZI AND ALEXANDROS KOLLIOPOULOS
11. The Principle of Equitable and Reasonable Utilisation
OWEN MCINTYRE AND ATTILA TANZI
12. The Role of the Precautionary Principle in the UNECE Water Convention
NICOLAS DE SADELEER AND MEHDY ABBAS KHAYLI
13. The Polluter-Pays Principles in the UNECE Water Convention
LESLIE-ANNE DUVIC-PAOLI AND PIERRE-MARIE DUPUY
14. The Sustainability Principle
ALISTAIR RIEU-CLARKE

PART V
Tools for Preventing or Mitigating Transboundary Impact
15. The Development of Legal Provisions and Measures for Preventing and Reducing Pollution to Transboundary Water Resources under the UNECE Water Convention
RÉMY KINNA
16. Integrated Water Resources Management as a Tool to Prevent or Mitigate Transboundary Impact
HEIDE JEKEL

PART VI
Data Collection and Information Sharing
17. Monitoring and Assessment and the duty of cooperation under the Water Convention: exchange of information among the riparian parties
ANNUKKA LIPPONEN AND LEA KAUPPI
18. Public Information and Participation under the Water Convention
SERHIY VYKHRYST

PART VII
Cooperation and its Institutional Setting: The Water Convention and the Evolution of Procedural Rules of International Water Law
19. The Duty to Cooperation in International Water Law – Examining the Contribution of the UN Water Conventions to Facilitating Transboundary Water Cooperation
PATRICIA WOUTERS AND CHRISTINA LEB
20. The Contribution of the UNECE Water Regime to Transboundary Cooperation in the Danube River Basin
RUBY MOYNIHAN
21. Cooperation between Finland and the Russian Federation
ANTTI BELINSKIJ

Part VIII
Compliance, Responsibility, Liability, Dispute Prevention and Settlement
22. Dispute Prevention, Dispute Settlement and Implementation Facilitation in International Water Law: the Added Value of the Establishment of an Implementation Mechanism under the Water Convention
ATTILA TANZI AND CRISTINA CONTARTESE
23. The 2003 Kiev Protocol on Civil Liability and Compensation for Damage Caused by the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents on Transboundary Waters
PHANI DASCALOPOULOU-LIVADA AND ALEXANDROS KOLLIOPOULOS

PART IX
Select Issues
24. The Water Convention and the Human Right to Access to Water: The Protocol on Water and Health
OWEN MCINTYRE
25. The UNECE Model Provisions on Transboundary Flood Management
ALEXANDROS KOLLIOPOULOS
26. International Water Law and Climate Disruption Adaptation
VASILIKI-MARIA TZATZAKI AND A. DAN TARLOCK
27. Advancing Dam Safety in Central Asia: The Contribution of the UNECE Water Convention
BO LIBERT AND IULIA TROMBITCAIA
28. The International Water Law Process and Transboundary Groundwater: Supplementing the Water Convention with the 2012 UNECE Model Provisions
ATTILA TANZI AND ALEXANDROS KOLLIOPOULOS

PART X
Viewing the Convention from Outside the UNECE
29. The Water Convention from a North American Perspective
EMMA S. NORMAN, ALICE COHEN AND KAREN BAKKER
30. The UNECE Water Convention from a Latin American Perspective
LILIAN DEL CASTILLO-LABORDE
31. Enhancing China’s transboundary water cooperation – what role for the UNECE Water Convention?
PATRICIA WOUTERS
32. The UNECE Water Convention Viewed from the perspective of the SADC Revised Protocol on Shared Watercourses
RÉMY KINNA
33. The development of a regional legal framework for shared waters in the Arab Region: potential guidance from the UNECE Water Convention
RAYA MARINA STEPHAN

PART XI
The role of international financial institutions
34. Environmental Conditionalities and International Funding of Water Works of a Transboundary Relevance
A. VAUGHAN LOWE
35. International Financial Institutions and the Water Convention: Consultations Arrangements
SALMAN M. A. SALMAN

PART XII
Conclusions
36. The Contribution of the UNECE Water Convention to International Water Law
ATTILA TANZI, OWEN MCINTYRE AND ALEXANDROS KOLLIOPOULOS