Groundwater in international law Compilation of treaties and other legal instruments

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Publication Title

Groundwater in international law Compilation of treaties and other legal instruments

Publication Type

UNESCO-FAO Publication, PCCP Series, 558 p.

Author(s)

Stefano Burchi and Kerstin Mechlem

Publication Date

2005

ISBN-ISSN-EAN

92-5-105231-X

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Summary

This publication brings together a variety of binding and non-binding international law instruments that, in varying degrees and from different angles, deal with groundwater. Its aim is to report developments in international law and to contribute to detecting law in-the-making in this important field.

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