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El Agua Que Bebemos La Necesidad De Un Nuevo Sistema De Tarifas En Espa A

Author: Sánchez García, Victoria Eugenia
Publisher: Librería-Editorial Dykinson
ISBN: 8490851492
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La primera parte, titulada estado del recurso agua en Europa y España, presenta los distintos aspectos técnicos, sociales y económicos relacionados con la cantidad y calidad de los recursos hídricos existentes y las previsiones de futuro que incidirán sobre su disponibilidad, como es el caso de las previsiones de evolución de las urbes y los efectos estimados del cambio climático sobre los países europeos. En la segunda parte del libro, aproximación al régimen jurídico-administrativo de la gestión y abastecimiento del agua urbana y sus aspectos económicos, se aborda de forma sucinta el marco regulador europeo, para descender al ámbito español, finalizando con la regulación local. La tercera parte, valor del agua y el sistema tarifario español, donde se repasan los aspectos relativos a la valoración económica del agua, modelos de estudios realizados sobre el agua de consumo doméstico y se presentan los casos de estudio para analizar lo que está sucediendo en importantes ciudades españolas. El libro se cierra con un epílogo, en el que se recogen las principales conclusiones extraídas de los trabajos de estudio y análisis de la situación del recurso, el marco regulador y, más concretamente de la idoneidad del sistema tarifario español.

The Inter American Court Of Human Rights

Author: Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199588783
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This book provides a reference guide to the case law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Structured in two parts, it covers the case law on jurisdiction and procedure before the Court and the case law on the scope of particular rights, drawing comparisons with the case law of the European Court of Human Rights.

The End Of Human Rights

Author: Costas Douzinas
Publisher: Hart Pub Limited
ISBN:
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Human rights have become an important ideal in current times, yet our age has witnessed more violations of human rights than any previous less enlightened one. This book explores the historical and theoretical dimensions of this paradox. Divided into two parts, the first section offers an alternative history of natural law, in which natural rights are represented as the eternal human struggle to resist opression and to fight for a society in which people are no longer degraded or despised. At the time of their birth in the 18th Century and again in the popular uprisings of the last decade, human rights became the dominant critique of law and society. The radical rhetoric of rights and its apparently endless expansive potential has led to its adoption by governments and individuals alike seeking to justify their actions on moral grounds and has undermined its radical edge. Part Two examines the philosophical logic of rights. The classical critiques of Kant, Burke, Hegel and Marx illuminate traditional aproaches to the concept of human rights. The work of Heidegger, Sartre and psychoanalysis is used to deconstruct the metaphisical essentialism of bothe universalists and cultural relativists. Finally, through a consideration of the ethics of otherness, and with reference to recent human rights violations, it is argued that the end of human rights is to judge law and politics from a moral stand point which both transcends the present and is historically relevant.

Water And Cities In Latin America

Author: Ismael Aguilar-Barajas
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317906896
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Approximately 80 per cent of the population of Latin America is concentrated in urban centres. Pressure on water resources and water management in cities therefore provide major challenges. Despite the importance of the issues, there has been little systematic coverage of the topic in book form. This work fills a gap in the literature by providing both thematic overviews and case study chapters. It reviews key aspects of why water matters in cities and presents case studies on topics such as groundwater management, green growth and water services, inequalities in water supply, the financing of water services and flood management. Detailed examples are described from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru, and there is also a chapter comparing lessons which might be learnt from US cities. Contributing authors are drawn from both within and outside the region, including from the Inter-American Development Bank, OECD and World Bank to set the issues in a global context.

Integrated Governance And Water Basin Management

Author: Stefan Kuks
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402024827
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This book examines water management integration in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy and Switzerland, based on the European research project EUWARENESS. Coverage includes 12 country-specific case studies, examining theory on water governance, institutional regimes, and property rights, resulting in a tool for monitoring the progress of integrated water management at the basin level in EU member states or other countries.

Perspectives On Biodiversity

Author: Committee on Noneconomic and Economic Value of Biodiversity
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309520002
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Resource-management decisions, especially in the area of protecting and maintaining biodiversity, are usually incremental, limited in time by the ability to forecast conditions and human needs, and the result of tradeoffs between conservation and other management goals. The individual decisions may not have a major effect but can have a cumulative major effect. Perspectives on Biodiversity reviews current understanding of the value of biodiversity and the methods that are useful in assessing that value in particular circumstances. It recommends and details a list of components-including diversity of species, genetic variability within and among species, distribution of species across the ecosystem, the aesthetic satisfaction derived from diversity, and the duty to preserve and protect biodiversity. The book also recommends that more information about the role of biodiversity in sustaining natural resources be gathered and summarized in ways useful to managers. Acknowledging that decisions about biodiversity are necessarily qualitative and change over time because of the nonmarket nature of so many of the values, the committee recommends periodic reviews of management decisions.

Pillar Of Sand

Author: Sandra Postel
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393319378
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The overriding lesson from history is that most irrigation-based civilizations fail. As we enter the third millennium, the question arises: Will ours be any different?