4 edition of Equitable utilization found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-231) and index.
|LC Classifications||KZ3700 .K39 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 234 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||2002190877|
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Equitable Utilization: The Law of Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses by Ibrahim Kaya (Author). Environmental Protection of International Watercourses under International Law. Environmental Protection of International Watercourses under International Law book.
By Owen McIntyre. Edition 1st Edition. First Published The Principle of Equitable Utilization. Published under the auspices of the Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law under the direction of Rüdiger Wolfrum. 1 In order to describe the content, legal value, and incidence of this principle it is necessary to delve into the content of the two terms that make it.
Equitable utilisation is central to this book and the rest of this chapter is devoted to its study. IWL recognises equitable utilisation as a set of well-established rules, which are also 18 There are numerous instances of projects being cancelled due to the objection of riparian states on such grounds.
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Equitable utilization is the fundamental rule of international water law. It is the doctrine responsible for the fair allocation of international waters as between different water uses and users.
Equitable utilization is a process whereby the interests of each watercourse state are taken into consideration on a case-by-case basis over time and as circumstances change. The process occurs Author: Katherine Jane Stoeckel.
At the heart of most international water conflicts is the question of ‘equitable’ allocations, criteria for which are vague and often contradictory. However, application of an equitable water-sharing agreement along the volatile waterways of the globe is a prerequisite to hydropolitical : Sharif Elmusa.
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IWL recognises equitable utilisation as a set of well-established rules, which are also widely recognised as rules of customary international law and supported by state practice, judicial prouncement and.
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It provides a logic of normal defaults that is different from the Author: Owen Mcintyre. Equitable and Reasonable Utilisation. The principle of Equitable and Reasonable Utilisation. The principle of equitable and reasonable utilisation is the cornerstone of the UN Watercourses Convention and the fundamental doctrine guiding water-sharing for international watercourses.
InPR Sarkar, an Indian philosopher, answered this question when he presented the Progressive Utilization Theory (known by the acronym, PROUT). PROUT is an economic theory that addresses the defects of both capitalism and Marxism and offers the promise of a new economic order in which the world’s resources will be distributed in an equitable and rational fashion.
The changes in the recent past are more in the nature of improvements in these approaches towards equitable utilization. The approach of various Water Dispute Tribunals constituted in India is unique to each Tribunal, leading to a variety of asymmetries and anomalies in resolution of disputes among by: 1.
Finally, it raises the notion of rights to compensat ion as a factor to be included in an allocation of water rights under the doctrine of equitable utilization. The second part provides a legal framework for establishing rights to compensation through (i). Read this article on Questia. Academic journal article Arab Studies Quarterly (ASQ) Compensation as Part of Equitable Utilization in the Israeli-Palestinian Water ContextCited by: 1.
The principle of equitable utilization is extensively developed through treaties, conventions, case law and the writings of scholars of the law of non-navigational uses of international watercourses. Born of the United States Supreme Court’s decisions in interstate apportionment cases beginning in the early twentieth century,2 and supported by decisions in other federal states,3 the doctrine of equitable utilization was applied to international watercourses as the basic, governing principle by the International Law Association’s Helsinki Rules.4 Its status as the fundamental norm.
Equitable Utilization of the Blue Nile River Sub-Basin: Context, Problems and Prospects By Dr. Yosef Yacob**: Octo The events of the last two decades have made people throughout the world understand that water is a scarce resource on earth. We urge development of international agreements concerning equitable utilization of the world’s resources for human benefit so long as the integrity of the earth is maintained.
We are deeply concerned about the privatization of water resources, the bottling of water to be sold as a commodity for profit, and the resources that go into.
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Utilization of health care refers to use of health services by the people. Therefore, physical accessibility to a facility, its ability to provide required health services and patient’s ability to pay are all essential determinants of utilization of health care services in case of occurrence of Size: KB.
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53 De Vito E, Parente P, de Waure C, Poscia A, Ricciadi W. Acknowledgements Series Editor's Preface Abstract 1Introduction 1 Purpose of Book 2 Setting the Scene Current and Projected Demand for Freshwater Offshore Aquifers Methane Hydrates Economic Considerations Shoreline Regime Change 3 Structure 2Legal Principles Governing Seabed Natural Resources Introduction 1 The Law of the Sea Maritime Zones under National Author: Rene´e Martin-Nagle.
UNIT 2: Natural Resources EQUITABLE USE OF RESOURCES FOR SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLES 51 Chapter2.p65 15 4/9/, PM. 16 Environmental Studies for Undergraduate Courses result of over-utilization of resources by people from. Equitable Assignment: Everything You Need to Know. An equitable assignment is one that does not fulfill the statutory criteria for a legal assignment, but is binding and upheld by the courts in the interest of equability, justice, and fairness.
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The G ranges from 0 to 1; a value of 0 indicates equitable distribution of resources or services; a value of less than shows preferred equity status; a value Cited by: Herald: Recently, Trump adminis tration stated, “Final testing and filling should not take place without an agreement.” Along with the World Bank, it tried to pressure Ethiopia.
Ethiopia decided to commence filling, based on the principles of equitable and reasonable utilization without causing significant harm.
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of environmental justice and equitable access to environmental services as articulated in the NEMA. In this chapter, an overview of the status of waste management. in South Africa is presented, based on key drivers. Specific focus is placed on the waste management hierarchy within the context of South Africa’s NWMS, and the NEM: Size: 1MB.
Environmental Protection of International Watercourses under International Law. Environmental Protection of International Watercourses under International Law book. examines the means and processes by which environmental considerations can act upon the operation of the principle of equitable utilization.
The volume provides a Cited by: The rock matrix and the fluids contained therein define the aquifer as a whole, the custodian of continuity of life on this planet Earth. Its sustainable development, equitable utilization, quality maintenance, and balanced discharge and recharge are the essential elements to ensure that the next generation receives the resource baton passed on by the current generation.
Spanning across the Author: Muhammad Salik Javaid, Shaukat Ali Khan. Read chapter 13 Equitable Mental Health Care: Approximately 4 million U.S.
service members took part in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. particularly because they are often worried their mental health service utilization will appear on their military records if they are still actively serving (Gorman et al., The National Academies. Social development theory attempts to explain qualitative changes in the structure and framework of society, that help the society to better realize aims and objectives.
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This concerns not only the needs of each person today, but also those who will come after us. It also deals with the rights of other living creatures that inhabit on earth. Policy Diversity and Equitable Utilization in Business. Factual Predicate and Purpose; In Septemberthe School Board of Palm Beach County hired MGT of America, a Tallahassee consulting firm, to conduct a disparity study to analyze utilization of minority- and women-owned business enterprises (M/WBEs) in School District procurement.
Get this from a library! Industrial mobilization plan. Revision of A study of methods for the effective and equitable utilization of the industrial resources of the United States in time of war. [United States. Joint Army and Navy Munitions Board.].The principle of equitable utilization is enounced as each basin state is entitled, within its territory, to a reasonable and equitable share in the beneficial use of the waters of an international drainage basin in which the ‘drainage basin’ is defined as a geographical area extending over two or more states determined by the watershed Cited by: 8.HEALTH EVIDENCE NETWORK SYNTHESIS REPORT 53 A review of evidence on equitable delivery, access and utilization of immunization services for migrants and refugees in the WHO European Region.
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