|Author:||Marleen van Rijswick|
|Title:||Moving Water and the Law: On the Distribution of Water Rights and Water Duties within River Basins in European and Dutch Water Law|
|Format:||txt lit doc lit|
|ePUB size:||1195 kb|
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|Publisher:||Europa Law Publishing; Bilingual edition (December 15, 2008)|
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Moving water and the Law, On the Distribution of Water Rights and Water Duties within River Basins in European and Dutch water law, inaugural address Utrecht University. Europa Law Publishing, Groningen, 2008. De kwaliteit van water, Europese en nationale instrumenten voor de bescherming van oppervlaktewater (The quality of surface waters: European and national Legal instruments for the protection of surface waters). Dissertation & Europese monografiëen nr. 70, Kluwer 2001, 450 p.
All three authors work at the Centre for Environmental Law and Policy/NILOS, Utrecht University (the Netherlands). The authors would like to thank Harm Dotinga for his helpful remarks on this article. On the Distribution of Water Rights and Water Duties within River Basins in European and Dutch Water Law, 2008. 7 We will not discuss this issue here.
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The right to water is based on international commitments undertaken by the EU and is detailed in European water directives that have been enacted. For the consumer, a realization of the right to water depends on the quality of the product and its supply (Van Rijswick, 2011). The Drinking Water Directive (Directive 98/83/EC) regulates the quality of drinking water as a product and has remained in force despite the entry into force of the WF. .European law tries to facilitate a just distribution of water rights and duties, but it could be improved. For instance through a formal recognition of the right to water and by increasing transparency of the supply of information and the involvement of the public.
Transboundary Water Cooperation - Opportunities Presented by the Ramsar Convention David Devlaeminck – The Responsibility to Protect and the Human Right to Water in the Asian Context: The Mekong River Basin Q&D 1. 0 – 2. 0 Welcome Dinner hosted by Xiamen Law School Last updated: 02 May 2014 CIWL International Event - University of Xiamen Law School Wednesday 21 May 2014 CIWL Symposium Session Three: Facilitating transboundary cooperation in practice – the role and rules of international law . 0 – 1. 5 Comparative state practice Bo Libert - The UNECE Water Convention – possible.
With the introduction of the Water Framework Directive in 2001, EC water law adopted both a governance approach and a river basin approach. These new approaches are characterised by a high level of proceduralisation and by dividing the EU territory into river basins. These characteristics emphasise the need for transboundary cooperation in water management, both on the international and the regional level.