International Management of Hazardous Wastes: The Basel Convention and Related Legal Rules

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Index
Africa
Bamako Convention see Bamako Convention
nuclear and industrial wastes, jumping in 44
agrochemicals
waste management problems 11
air pollution
transboundary, international regulation 173, 175
Antarctica
Bamako Convention, ban on exports under 102
Basel Convention regime, relationship of Protocol to 203-5
disposal of wastes in 204-5
dumping or incineration of hazardous wastes in 194
waste exports to, prohibition of 48, 52, 63, 271
Association of South-East Asian Nations ( ASEAN)
hazardous waste conventions, considering 121
Bamako Convention
adopt on of 100
Basel Convention Secretariat, notification to 105
Conference of the Parties 103
drafting process 99-100
dumping at sea, provisions on 180
environmentally sound management, principle of 272-4
hazardous and nuclear wastes
Antarctica, ban on exports to 102
definitions 101
generated in Africa, management of 102-3
imports into Africa, ban on 101-2
history and provisions of 99-100
illegally exported waste, environmentally sound disposal of 277
information, exchange of 103
institutional supervision 233-4
inter-African co-operation, provisions on 103
liability and compensation under 103
model role of 121, 170
non-discrimination, principle of 272-4
precautionary principle 283
precedence over Basel Convention 106-7
prior informed consent, principle of 275-6
proximity of disposal, principle of 264
ratification before ratification of other treaties 105
regime of 104, 106
regional agreement, as 104-7
Secretariat 103-4
signatures 100
support for 262-3
waste minimization, principle of 264
wastes covered, scope of 101
Basel Conference
convening 40
Convention provisions 300-1
functions Of 230-1
policy-making powers 74
subsidiary bodies 232
third and fourth meetings 42
tight schedule Of 45
Uruguay meeting 41
Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal
accession 305
adoption of 1
African States, position of 45
agreed draft, feasibility of 44
amendment 302-3
annexes, adoption oand amendment of 303-4
arbitration 313-15
assessment of 77-83
authentic texts 307
breach, sanctions for 233
Cairo Guidelines 38-9
compensation funds
claims procedure 255
concept of 252-3
emergency 253-4
establishment of 252
proposals for 254-5
competent authorities 294
compliance monitoring 76-7, 233
compliance, difficulties of 81
Conference see Basel Conference
control system, as 279
definition of wastes 48-9
definitions 290-1
depository 306
developments subsequent to adoption of 46-7
disputes, settlement of 76-7, 304

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