Published June 1977
by Unipub .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||95|
The changes needed in administrative structures, to meet increased water demand, are discussed (watershed authorities, integrated bodies for water use control, national and municipal units). Surface waters and subterranean waters should be public domain, implying responsability for contamination of waters. Legislative Study No. 14 LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSES TO GROWING WATER DEMAND prepared by Ludwik Teclaff for the LEGISLATION BRANCH, LEGAL OFFICE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS Rome, The unfolding scenario for water use in many parts of the world is one of increasing concern about access, equity and the response to growing needs. This affects relations between rural and Looks like you do not have access to this content. THE COMING FRESH WATER CRISIS: INTERNATIONAL LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSES" Stephen Mccaffrey INTRODUCTION In approximately B.C., Eannatum, governor ofLagash, presided over a bloody but victorious battle against the neighboring Mesopotamian city-state of Urnma. 1 The governor of Umma was slain and a boundary stone was by: 2.
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