Principles of International Environmental Law

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Freshwater resources

R. Baxter, The Law of International Waterways (1964); C.B. Bourne, ‘International Law and Pollution of International Rivers and Lakes’, 21 University of Toronto Law Journal 193 (1971); A. Utton, ‘International Water Quality Law’, 13 Natural Resources Journal 282 (1973); F. Florio, ‘Water Pollution and Related Principles of International Law’, 17 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 134 (1979); J. Lammers, Pollution of International Watercourses: A Search for Substantive Rules and Principles (1984); J. Sette-Camara, ‘Pollution of International Rivers’, 186 RdC 117 (1984); H. Ruiz Fabri, ‘Règles coutumières générales et droit international fluvial’, AFDI 818 (1990); D. Caponera, Principles of Water Law and Administration, National and International (1992); A. Nollkaemper, The Legal Regime for Transboundary Water Pollution: Between Discretion and Constraint (1993); G. Hafner, ‘The Optimum Utilization Principle and the Non-Navigational Uses of Drainage Basins’, 45 Austrian Journal of Public International Law 45 (1993); E. Benvenisti, ‘Collective Action in the Utilization of Shared Freshwater: The Challenges of International Water Resources Law’ 90 AJIL 384 (1996); S. Toope and J. Brunee, ‘Environmental Security and Freshwater Resources: Ecosystem Regime Building’ 91 AJIL 26 (1997); C. Graffy, ‘Water, Water Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to Drink: The Urgency of Transnational Solutions to International Riparian Disputes’, 10 Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 399 (1998); S. Salman and L. Boission de Chazournes (eds.), International Watercourses: Enhancing Co-operation and Managing Conflict (World Bank Technical Paper No. 414, 1998); X. Fuentes, ‘Sustainable Development and the Equitable Utilization of International Watercourses’, 69 BYIL 119 (1998); H. Elver, Peaceful Uses ofTransboundary Watercourses in International Law and Politics (2000); D. Tarlock, ‘Safeguarding International River Ecosystems in Times of Scarcity’ 3 University ofDenver Water Law Review 231 (2000); S. McCaffrey, ‘The Harmon Doctrine One Hundred Years Later: Buried, Not Praised’, 36 Natural Resources Journal 659(1996); S. McCaffrey, The Law of International Watercourses: Non-Navigational Uses (2002).


Introduction

A well-developed body of international rules to prevent pollution of freshwater resources (including rivers, lakes, groundwaters and reservoirs) is set forth in

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