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Best practices for the protection of water by law : Focus on participatory instruments in environmental law and politics

Author: Eva Julia Lohse; Margherita Paola Poto
Publisher: Berlin : BWV Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, [2017] ©2017
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""Water is life" – but at the same time it is an economic asset, an environmental good, a traffic route. These different types of uses have to be taken into account by modern water law and a modern administrative practice. Young experts in the fields of environmental and economic law discuss current issues of liberalisation of water markets from a comparative perspective against the background of increased  Read more...
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Lohse, Eva Julia.
Best practices for the protection of water by law : Focus on participatory instruments in environmental law and politics.
Berlin : BWV Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Eva Julia Lohse; Margherita Paola Poto
ISBN: 9783830522294 3830522290
OCLC Number: 1003262322
Notes: II. Regulations and practices of selected German Länder during theplanning phase of the second river basin management plan of theElbe River.
Description: 1 online resource (160 pages)
Contents: List of Contents; Eva Julia Lohse --
Foreword; Part One --
Approaches from a Human Rights Perspective; Vasiliki Maria Tzatzaki --
National Approaches for the Realization of the Human Rightto Water: A Comparative Study; Abstract; A. Introduction; B. National legal provisions for a human right to water; I. The right to water in national constitutions; II. The right to water in national legislation other than constitutions; Conclusion; C. National jurisprudence recognizing the right to water; I. Case law on the right to water by national courts; II. The case of India's courts and the right to water. III. ConclusionsD. Conclusion; Bibliography; Secondary sources; Case Law; Official Documents; Internet Sources; Alice Cauduro- People's Participation and the Fundamental Right to Water; Abstract; A. The fundamental right to water in Italian law; B. Disruption of water distribution and denial of access to the minimum daily water need per person; C) People's participation and the fundamental right to water; Bibliography; Part Two --
Protection of Water by Participation of the People. Federica Cittadino --
Public Participation in the Water Framework Directive (WFD): A Contribution to Deliberative Democracy?Abstract; A. Use of terms; I. Deliberative democracy; II. Participatory democracy; III. Comparing deliberative democracy and participatory democracy; B. Proposed legal criteria; I. Inclusiveness; II. Influence on final decisions; III. Accountability of decision-makers; IV. Preliminary evaluation; C. The case of the WFD; I. Understanding 'active involvement'; II. Understanding 'all interested parties'; III. Evaluation based on proposed legal criteria; D. Conclusions. I. Participation in river basin management under the WFDII. Participation provisions of the Aarhus Convention; III. Participation in river basin management according to the CIS guidance document; 1. Objectives; 2. De nition of participation, active involvement etc.; 3. Active involvement: measures and methods; IV. Conclusions for the further understanding of participation andactive involvement under the WFD; C. Participation in practice: The second river basin managementplan for the Elbe River in Germany; I. Legal framework of participation in river basin managementplanning in Germany.
Responsibility: Eva Julia Lohse, Margherita Paola Poto, eds.

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""Water is life" – but at the same time it is an economic asset, an environmental good, a traffic route. These different types of uses have to be taken into account by modern water law and a modern administrative practice. Young experts in the fields of environmental and economic law discuss current issues of liberalisation of water markets from a comparative perspective against the background of increased environmental requirements for the safeguard of water quality and a consideration of the access to (clean) water from a human rights point of view. Especially the environmental and human rights aspects are reflected in demands for participation of the general public in state decisions on water management. The possibilities and limits of participative instruments are a recurring theme in the contributions, starting with the EU Citizens' Initiative "Right2Water", continuing with legal questions about the sale of bottled water, on to the involvement of municipalities in an environmentally friendly and demand-oriented supply of drinking water."--

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