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Volume 24:
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Issue 1

International News

Watercourse Convention enters into force on 17 August 2014
Professor Gabriel Eckstein
WL 24 1 3

ARTICLES
Regulatory renovation for managed aquifer recharge using alternative water resources: a Western Australian perspective
MICHAEL BENNETT, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR ALEX GARDNER, KATIE VINCENT
Faculty of Law, The University of Western Australia
WL 24 1 5

The fallout from the falling-out over the outfalls: the Manchester Ship Canal decision in the Supreme Court
CHARLES MORGAN Enterprise Chambers, London, Leeds and Newcastle upon Tyne
WL 24 1 15

CASE COMMENTARY

Natura 2000 site and Habitats Directive
Minister van Infrastructuur en Milieu

No-take marine protected area
R (oao Bancoult) v SS Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth
WL 24 1 23

US litigation and regulation: selected issues
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWYERS
WL 24 1 126

STRATEGIC ISSUES - EU
WL 24 1 31

STRATEGIC ISSUES - ENGLAND AND WALES
WL 24 1 36

STRATEGIC ISSUES - SCOTLAND
WL 24 1 34

Volume 23:
Top

Issue 6

ARTICLES

Between the cracks: water governance in Queensland, Australia and potential cumulative impacts from mining coal seam gas
MARIA COMINO, POH-LING TAN, and DAVID GEORGE Griffith University, Australia
WL 23 6 219

Competition without privatisation: the Scottish model of governance and regulation
FIONA PARKER Senior Solicitor, Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
DR SARAH HENDRY Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee
WL 23 6 229

A new approach to flood loss and insurance?
PROFESSOR MARK STALLWORTHY School of Law, Swansea University
WL 23 6 234

Environmental Liability in the offshore sector with special focus on conflict of laws (part 2)
PROFESSOR PETER WETTERSTEIN Abo Akademi University, Finland
WL 23 6 207

STRATEGIC ISSUES - EU
WL 23 6 239

STRATEGIC ISSUES - SCOTLAND
WL 23 6 239

Issue 5

Environmental Liability in the offshore sector with special focus on conflict of laws (part 1)
PROFESSOR PETER WETTERSTEIN Abo Akademi University, Finland
WL 23 5 167

The efficient and sustainable use of water in Scottish agriculture
ANNABEL SHARMA University of Aberdeen
WL 23 5 181

CASE COMMENTARY

US litigation and regulation: selected issues
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWYERS
WL 23 5 192

STRATEGIC ISSUES - EU
JOANNE SELLICK WL 23 5 195

STRATEGIC ISSUES - ENGLAND AND WALES
Consultation on reforms to the abstraction licence system
CATHERINE DAVEY
Wood Review Final Report FRANCES ALDSON
WL 23 5 200

Issue 4

ARTICLES

Can the dragon and bear drink from the same well? Examining Sino-Russian cooperatoin on transboundary rivers through a legal lens (Part 2)
DR SERGEI VINOGRADOV Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee
WL 23 4 127

A jurisprudential model for sustainable water resources governance
PROFESSOR DOUGLAS FISHER School of Law, Queensland University of Technology
WL 23 4 143

CASE COMMENTARY

US litigation and regulation: selected issues
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWYERS
WL 23 4 156

STRATEGIC ISSUES - EU
WL 23 4 158

STRATEGIC ISSUES - SCOTLAND
WL 23 4 160

Issue 3

ARTICLES

Can the dragon and bear drink from the same well? Examining Sino-Russian cooperatoin on transboundary rivers through a legal lens (Part 1)
DR SERGEI VINOGRADOV Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee
WL 23 3 95

Water for food security: what role for water law?>/b>
STEFANO BURCHI Executive Council Chair, International Association for Water Law (AIDA)
STEPHEN HODGSON Environmental Lawyer, AIDA
WL 23 3 108

CASE COMMENTARY

US litigation and regulation: selected issues
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWYERS
WL 23 3 117

CURRENT SURVEY - EU

New EU Directive on the Safety of Offshore Oil and Gas
JUDITH ALDERSEY-WILLIAMS CMS Cameron McKenna, Aberdeen
WL 23 3 121

Issue 2

ARTICLES

The third wave of normativity in global water law: the duty to cooperate in the peaceful management of the world's water resources: an emerging obligation erga omnes
DR PATRICIA WOUTERS Founding Director, IHP--HELP UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee, Scotland
PROFESSOR A DAN TARLOCK IT Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology
WL 23 2 51

Data and information management in transboundary water governance - the Mauri river case
PAULA M PACHECO, JUAN CARLOS SANCHEZ, QUINN TATTLE Agua Sustentable IUCN
WL 23 2 66

COUNTRY REPORT

Integrated marine planning in Ireland
IAN LUMLEY Built Environment and Heritage Office, Integrated Marine Planning, an Taisce
WL 23 2 76

CASE COMMENTARIES

What is 'public authority' for the purposes of environmental information? Fish Legal v The Information Commissioner, United Utilities, Yorkshire Water and Southern Water
ROSALIND ENGLISH One Crown Office Row, London
WL 23 2 83

US litigation and regulation: selected issues
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWYERS
WL 23 2 85

Issue 1

ARTICLES

Can the U.S. Clean Water Act succeed as an ecosystem protection law?
PROFESSOR HOLLY DOREMUS University of California, Berkeley
PROFESSOR A. DAN TARLCOK IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology
WL 23 1 3

Challenges and opportunities for environmental water management in Chile: an Australian perspective
E O'DONNELL, E MACPHERSON University of Melbourne Law School, Australia
WL 23 1 24

Implications of the new Utilities Directive for oil and gas exploration and production activities
JUDITH ALDERSEY-WILLIAMS CMS Cameron McKenna
WL 23 1 37

CASE COMMENTARIES

Sea fishing, quotas and AIPI: 'no-one owns the sea' DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London
WL 23 1 41

US LITIGATION AND REGULATION : SELECTED ISSUES
American College of Environmental Lawyers
WL 23 1 44

Volume 22:
Top

Issue 6

EDITORIAL

The Red Tape Challenge and water legislation
WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL 22 6 227

ARTICLES

China's 'soft-path' to transboundary water cooperation examined in the light of two UN Global Water Conventions - exploring the 'Chinese way'
DR PATRICIA WOUTERS Founding Director, IHP--HELP UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee, Scotland
PROFESSOR HUIPING CHEN Xiamen University School of Law, Fujian, China
WL 22 6 229

2009-2011 Year-End Review
STEFANO BURCHI Executive Council Chair, International Association for Water Law (AIDA)
WL 22 6 248

CASE COMMENTARIES

The Erica: Cour de Cassation finds against Total
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London
WL 22 6 266

US LITIGATION AND REGULATION : SELECTED ISSUES
American College of Environmental Lawyers
Use of mine influenced water
The Georgia Court of Appeals clarifies the antidegradation rule, at least in Georgia
Water pollution: pointing to a nonpoint source
Great Lakes ecosystem indicators
Kentucky-specific water quality standard for selenium
Another temporary truce in the Arkansas/Oklahoma water wars
WL 22 6 269

STRATEGIC ISSUES - EUROPEAN UNION

New Guidelines on inland waterways and nature protection
Convention on Biological Diversity, 11th Conference
Blueprint to Safeguard Europe's Water Resources
Marine litter
Natura 2000 lists Legal Action
WL 22 6 273

STRATEGIC ISSUES - UK

Oil and gas strategies:
Progress on proposed directive on the safety of offshore oil and gas

JUDITH ALDERSEY-WILLIAMS CMS Cameron McKenna LLP, Aberdeen
WL 22 6 276

STRATEGIC ISSUES - SCOTLAND

SARAH HENDRY Lecturer in Law, IHP-HELP UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee

Surface water management - flood planning guidance
Protection of drinking water at source
WL 22 6 278

BOOK REVIEW
WL 22 6 280

Issue 5

EDITORIAL

Raising the Barr on hydropower
WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2011) 22 5 183

ARTICLES

Implementing the Water Framework and Groundwater Directives in Finland: lessons from the GENESIS project
ANDREW ALLAN Senior Lecturer in Law, IHP--HELP UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee, Scotland
WL (2011) 22 5 185

The Marcic principle and the liability of sewerage undertakers in common law
PHILIP TAYLOR Wragge & Co, Birmingham
WL (2011) 22 5

CASE COMMENTARIES

US LITIGATION AND REGULATION : SELECTED ISSUES
American College of Environmental Lawyers
Water infrastructure bill introduced
Water from AMD for hydraulic fracturing
Stormwater regulation
Flooding
Water quality
WL (2011) 22 5

STRATEGIC ISSUES - SCOTLAND

SARAH HENDRY Lecturer in Law, IHP-HELP UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee

The Hydro Nation
Investing in water services
WL (2011) 22 5

STRATEGIC ISSUES - ENGLAND AND WALES

Reform of the regulatory structure of consumer representation ? developing a customer-focused water industry in the UK
DEBBIE LEGGE Open University
WL (2011) 22 5

Issue 4

EDITORIAL

The legal status of flood maps
WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2011) 22 4 135

ARTICLES

Water and tensions in the Mediterranean Region
DOMINIQUE MICHEL ALHERITIERE Hon Chairman of the International Association for Water Law (AIDA)
WL (2011) 22 4 137

Benefiting business without harming households: the impact on consumers of upstream market reforms in the UK's water sector
JANE WRIGHT Sladen Wright Associates Ltd
MARTIN CAVE Imperial College Business School
WL (2011) 22 4 151

The Implementation of the Groundwater Directive in Spain -- legal analysis of the GENESIS case study
SARAH HENDRY Lecturer in Law, IHP-HELP Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee
WL (2011) 22 4 160

CASE COMMENTARIES

US LITIGATION AND REGULATION : SELECTED ISSUES
American College of Environmental Lawyers
Clean Water Act
Water rights
Ecosystem services
Regulations and standards
WL (2011) 22 4 170

STRATEGIC ISSUES - ENGLAND AND WALES

Flooding in the UK: is climate change already having an impact?
NICOLA WHEELER Argyll Environmental, Brighton
WL (2011) 22 4 176

Issue 2/3

SPECIAL ISSUE

Institutional transitions and water law governance
Guest Editor
PROFESSOR LEE GODDEN Director of the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia

Introduction:  Institutional transitions and water law governance
 PROFESSOR LEE GODDEN Director of the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia
DR ANITA FOERSTER Senior Fellow, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia
WL (2011) 22 2/3 53

Emerging environmental water governance in Australia
DR ANITA FOERSTER Senior Fellow, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia
WL (2011) 22 2/3 58

Institutional reform in environmental water management: the new Victorian Environmental Water Holder
ERIN O'DONNELL PhD candidate, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia
WL (2011) 22 2/3 73

  Institutional change in multiscalar water governance regimes: a case from Victoria, Australia
PHILIP J WALLIS Research Fellow, Monash Sustainability Institute, Monash University
PROFESSOR RAYMOND L ISON Monash Sustainability Institute, Monash University
 WL (2011) 22 2/3 85

The potential for improved water management using a legal social contract DR MARK L SHEPHEARD McGill University, Montreal
WL (2011) 22 2/3 95

 Trends in the recognition of indigenous water needs in Australian water reform: the limitations of 'cultural' entitlements in achieving water equity
      SUE JACKSON Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences
    PROFESSOR MARCIA LANGTON School of Population Health, Melbourne University
WL (2011) 22 2/3 109

Kenya?s water act: opportunities for integration of customary institutions of water governance through water resources users associations and water service providers
 ELIZABETH GACHENGA University of Western Sydney, Australia
WL (2011) 22 2/3 124

      Issue 1

EDITORIAL

The Water White Paper and the legislative horizon
WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2010) 22 3

ARTICLES

Market entry in China's water supply concessions: from a comparative study of the UN and EU
WEI YAN Lecturer, School of Law, Shanghai University
WL (2010) 22 6

The Water Framework Directive: why is 'good' status proving such an elusive goal?
SAM BOYLE University of Kent, Canterbury
WL (2010) 22 19

Scotland the hydro nation
SARAH HENDRY Lecturer in Law, IHP-HELP Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee
WL (2010) 22 24

CASE COMMENTARIES

Flooding claims from Vladivostok get to Strasbourg - and win
Kolyadenko and others v Russia
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London
WL (2010) 22 32

Annulment: all or nothing? Walloons in a mess about muck-spreading
Inter-Environnement Wallonie ASBL, Terre wallonne ASBL v Region wallonne

Boat-owners, bullying and the British Waterways Board
Moore v British Waters Board
ROSALIND ENGLISH Academic Consultant, One Crown Office Row, London
WL (2010) 22 32

Volume 21:
Top

Issue 6

ARTICLES

Sustainabilty, governance and water management in New Zealand
TREVOR DAYA-WINTERBOTTOM Senior Lecturer, Centre for Environmental Resources and Energy Law, Faculty of Law, University of Waikato, New Zealand
WL (2010) 21 219

Contemporary governance of transboundary groundwater resources: The Guarani Aquifer project
BRYAN A. GREEN Assistant City Attorney, Lubbock, Texas
WL (2010) 21 232

CASE LAW

Smells and mosquitoes but no extra damages under the Human Rights Act
Dobson and others v Thames Water Utilities Ltd
[2011] EWHC 3253
ROSALIND ENGLISH Academic Consultant, One Crown Office Row

Enemy of the people -- what price water information?
Smartsource v Information Commissioner and 19 other parties
Upper Tribunal, (Administrative Appeals Chamber) [2010] UKUT 415 (AAC) 23 November 2010

Prince Charles, oysters and environmental information
Bruton v IC and the Duchy of Cornwall & The Attorney General to HRH the Prince of Wales
First Tier Tribunal (EA/2010/0182) 3 November 2011

Oil spills and tar sands: ecocide questions
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London
WL (2010) 21 241

Issue 5

EDITORIAL

Adapting water regulation to climate change
WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2010) 21 175

ARTICLES

A critical assessment of the legal principles underlying the Nile river basin cooperative framework agreement
ABADIR M. IBRAHIM JSD Candidate at St Thomas University School of Law, Florida
WL (2010) 21 198

Deep seabed mining and marine environmental protection
JOHN GIBSON Director, Institute of Marine and Environmental Law, University of Cape Town, South Africa
WL (2010) 21 189

Green buildings: A response to water shortages in the United States?
RHIANNON CAMPBELL Cornell Law School
KEITH S. PORTER Adjunct Professor of Law, Cornell Law School and formerly Director: New York State Water Resources Institute
WL (2010) 21 178

Issue 4

EDITORIAL

The progress of water resources planning
WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2010) 21 135

ARTICLES

Will the Floods Directive keep our feet dry? Policies and regulations in the Flemish Region and Scotland
CHARLOTTE HERMAN Legal Counsel, Belgian Ministry of the Environment
WL (2010) 21 156

Murray-Darling Basin governance: The focus of the law
D E FISHER Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
WL (2010) 21 145

From better to smart regulation -- implications for EU water law
DR ANDREW FARMER, PETER HJERP Institute for European Environmental Policy
WL (2010) 21 137

Issue 3

ARTICLES

THe Chesapeake Bay Watershed: a legal battlefield
KEITH PORTER Water & Land Use Law Clinics: Cornell Law School
WL (2010) 21 114

Judicial review and the UK Marine Management Organisation
JAMES MAURICI Landmark Chambers, London
WL (2010) 21 107

Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009: Marine Planning
SCOTT LYNESS Landmark Chambers, London
WL (2010) 21 99

Issue 2

ARTICLES

The Severn tidal barrage project: a legal paradox?
TILAK GINIGE School of Applied Sciences, Bournemouth University
ANN THORNTON Lindsay Carrington Ecological Services Ltd
FRAZER BALL Business School, Bournemouth University
WL (2010) 21 66

Managing wetlands sustainably as ecosystems: the contribution of the law (Part 2)
D E FISHER Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
WL (2010) 21 53

REVIEW

Scottish Water and the 'Hydro Economy'
SARAH HENDRY UNESCO IHP-HELP Centre for Wateer Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee
WL (2010) 21 78


Issue 1

ARTICLES

Managing wetlands sustainably as ecosystems: the contribution of the law (Part 1)
D E FISHER Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
WL (2010) 21 19

Stormwater Management in the Rural New York Headwater Areas of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
YEN HOANG, PROFESSOR KEITH PORTER Water & Land Use Law Clinics: Cornell Law School
WL (2010) 21 6

CASE COMMENTARY

Interpretations of Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive
R (Akester and Anor) v Defra & Wightlink Limited
[2010] EWHC 232 (Admin); [2010] Env LR 33
PETER SCOTT Partner, Parkinson Wright LLP
WL (2010) 21 33

Volume 20:
Top

Issue 5/6 SPECIAL DOUBLE ISSUE

CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' LEGAL RIGHTS TO WATER IN THE AMERICAS AND AUSTRALASIA

Guest Editor
JACINTA RURU
Faculty of Law, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

ARTICLES

Introducing why it matters: Indigenous peoples, the law and water
JACINTA RURU
WL (2009) 20 221

Native American Winters doctrine and Stevens Treaty water rights: recognition, quantification, management
RACHAEL PASCHAL OSBORN
Executive Director, Center for Environmental Law & Policy, Washington State; Gonzaga Law School, Spokane, U.S.A.
WL (2009) 20 224

Undefined and unresolved: exploring Indigenous rights in Aotearoa New Zealand's freshwater legal regime
JACINTA RURU
Faculty of Law, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
WL (2009) 20 236

Realising capacity: Indigenous involvement in water law and policy reform in south-eastern Australia
LEE GODDEN
Professor, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia
MAHALA GUNTHER
Melbourne Law School
WL (2009) 20 243

Indigenous peoples and water rights: does the United Nations' adoption of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples help?
BRADFORD W MORSE
Professor and Dean of Law, Te Piringa Faculty of Law, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand;
Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, Canada

WL (2009) 20 254

Indigenous water rights in the Andes: struggles over resources and legitimacy
RUTGERD BOELENS
Visiting Professor, Departments of Social Sciences and Law, Catholic University of Peru; Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
ARMANDO GUEVARA-GIL
Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Catholic University of Peru
ALDO PANFICHI
Professor of Sociology, Head of Department of Social Sciences, Catholic University of Peru
WL (2009) 20 268

The recognition of Indigenous customary law in water resource management
DONNA CRAIG
Professor of Environmental Law, University of Western Sydney, Australia
ELIZABETH GACHENGA
PhD candidate, Environmental Law, University of Western Sydney, Australia
WL (2009) 20 278

Indigenous challenges to enhance freshwater governance and management in Aotearoa New Zealand - The Waikato River settlement
LINDA TE AHO
Senior Lecturer in Law and Associate Dean MaÅori, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
WL (2009) 20 285


Issue 4

ARTICLES

Boggis v Natural England and endangered water habitat
PETER SCOTT Partner, Parkinson Wright LLP, Worcester and Evesham
WL (2009) 20 195

The coordination of water quality objectives and carbon reductions: the possibilities for less stringent obligations under the WFD and the IPPC Directive
MIREILLE BOGAART Doctoral Researcher, Amsterdam Centre for Environmental Law and Sustainability, University of Amsterdam
WL (2009) 20 195

The United Kingdom's elusive exclusive economic zone
PROFESSOR JOHN GIBSON Director, Institute of Marine and Environmental Law, University of Cape Town, South Africa
WL (2009) 20 179

CASE COMMENTARY

Sandridge contaminated land appeal
ANDREW WISEMAN Head of Environmental Law, Stephenson Harwood
WL (2009) 20 207

Issues 2/3 Special Issue

Journal of Water Law with UNESCO IHP-HELP Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee

PROMOTING WATER FOR ALL
CURRENT ISSUES OF INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL WATER LAW


Guest Editors

PROFESSOR PATRICIA WOUTERS and DR SARAH HENDRY
UNESCO IHP-HELP Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee

PREFACE

Promoting water (law) for all
Addressing the world?s water problems ? a focus on international and national water law and the challenges of an integrated approach

PATRICIA WOUTERS, SARAH HENDRY
WL (2009) 20 45

ARTICLES

International Water Law

Reframing the water security dialogue
DAN TARLOCK, PATRICIA WOUTERS
WL (2009) 20 53

Introducing an analytical framework for water security: a platform for the refinement of international water law
BJØRN-OLIVER MAGSIG
WL (2009) 20 61

The principle of good faith in the Argentina-Uruguay pulp mills dispute
TERESA LIGUORI
WL (2009) 20 70

Examining the thresholds of harm for international watercourses in the Canada-US context Would a mining development in the Flathead River watershed violate the Boundary Waters Treaty?
MICHAEL AZULAY
WL (2009) 20 76

The concepts of equitable utilization, no significant harm and benefit sharing under the Nile River Basin Cooperative Framework Agreement: some highlights on theory and practice
MUSA MOHAMMED ABSENO
WL (2009) 20 86

International water law in Central Asia: commitments, compliance and beyond
DINARA ZIGANSHINA
WL (2009) 20 96

National Water Law

Protection of foreign investment and the implications for regulation of water services and resources: challenges for investment arbitration
ANA MARIA DAZA VARGAS
WL (2009) 20 108

Responding to the ?water crisis?: the complementary roles of water governance and the human right to water
HILARY J GRIMES
WL (2009) 20 119

The transparency agenda in water utilities regulation and the role of freedom of information: England and Jakarta case studies
MOHAMAD MOVA AL ?AFGHANI
WL (2009) 20 129

Valuing water in law: how can Indigenous cultural values be reconciled with Australia?s water law in order to strengthen Indigenous water rights?
TRAN TRAN
WL (2009) 20 144

An analytical framework for legal regimes applicable to freshwater ecosystems
HUGO TREMBLAY
WL (2009) 20 152

Bridging the water law, policy, science interface: flood risk management in Scotland
CHRIS SPRAY, TOM BALL, JOSSELIN ROUILLARD
WL (2009) 20 165

Issue 1

EDITORIAL

From discharge consents to environmental permits
WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2009) 20 3

ARTICLES

Water Stress in New York State: The Regional Imperative?
SORELL NEGRO Cornell Law School
KEITH S PORTER Adjunct Professor of Law, Cornell Law School and formerly Director: New York State Water Resources Institute
WL (2009) 20 5

Towards sustainable water resources development in Australia
DOUGLAS FISHER Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology
WL (2009) 20 17

CASE COMMENTARY

The right to connect to a public sewer -
a moot point?
The Barratt homes decision in the Supreme Court

CHARLES MORGAN Enterprise Chambers, London, Leeds, Newcastle upon Tyne
WL (2009) 20 28

Volume 19:
Top

Issue 6

ARTICLES

Albion Water and common carriage, past, present and future
LESLEY GRAY Solicitor, Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
WL (2008) 19 236

International groundwater protection: an Australian perspective
MAUREEN PAPAS Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
WL (2008) 19 229

2008 Year-end Review
STEFANO BURCHI Executive Council Chair, International Association for Water Law (AIDA)
WL (2008) 19 223

Issue 5

EDITORIAL

The Cave Report: the water industry at a watershed?
PROFESSOR WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2008) 19 183

ARTICLES

The state of Europe's water resources
JOANNE SELLICK University of Plymouth
WL (2008) 19 185

Diffuse pollution from on-site wastewater treatment plants - legal controls, with particular reference to Sweden
JENNY SANDBERG, PETER HOWSAM Natural Resources Department, Cranfield University
WL (2008) 19 195

REVIEW

Review of the Cave Report: Is water ready for competition?
Assessment of recommended changes to legislation and regulation of the water industry in England and Wales
PAULA RIEDEL, NATURA GRACIA Linklaters LLP
WL (2008) 19 200

Issue 4

EDITORIAL

The use and misuse of real and virtual water
PROFESSOR WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2008) 19 143

ARTICLES

Management of English and Welsh inshore waters and the marine and coastal access bill
PETER WINTERBOTTOM Chief Executive of the Association of Sea Fisheries Committees of England and Wales
WL (2008) 19 145

Water Resources Management and the Water Framework Directive: in Need of a Little HELP?
DR SARAH HENDRY Lecturer in Law, UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science
WL (2008) 19 150

The Thames sea fishery byelaws
PETER CARTY Solicitor Environment Agency
WL (2008) 19 157

Issue 3

EDITORIAL

The Marine Strategy Framework Directive
PROFESSOR WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2008) 19 95

ARTICLES

Salvage, pollution or looting? The stranding of the Napoli's cargo
JASON LOWTHER Senior Lecturer, School of Law and Social Science, Univeristy of Plymouth
RICHARD GLOVER, MICHAEL WILLIAMS Senior Lecturers, School of Legal Studies, University of Wolverhampton
WL (2008) 19 98

Coastal flooding and new nuclear build: risk, uncertainty and precaution in the strategic siting assessment process
R N LAWTON University of Kent
WL (2008) 19 120

Issue 2

EDITORIAL

The Pitt Review and the Floods and Water Bill

PROFESSOR WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2008) 19 51

ARTICLES

The draft Marine Bill: a review
SIMON JACKSON Simon Jackson Solicitors, Oswestry
WL (2008) 19 53

Marcic rules OK? Liability in the law of nuisance in Scotland for escapes from overloaded sewers FRANCIS McMANUS Professor of Law, Napier University
WL (2008) 19 61

The unwelcome return of cryptosporidium in drinking water in Northamptonshire and north Wales
AMANDA BURGE Senior Solicitor, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain WL (2008) 19 70

CASE COMMENTARY

?Global Precedent? or ?Reasonable No More??: the Mazibuko case
Mazibuko et al v City of Johannesburg et al
High Court of South Africa (Witwatersrand Local Division)
30 April 2008 Case No 06/13865
MALCOLM LANGFORD
Research Fellow, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo
ANNA RUSSELL
Research Fellow, Oxford University Centre for the Environment
WL (2008) 19 73

Issue 1

ARTICLES

Another view of the public right to fish - and the question of regulation or ownership
Are there limitations on fishing methods that may damage the benthic fauna or flora?
PETER SCOTT Partner, Parkinson Wright LLP, Worcester
WL (2008) 19 37

Response to 'Another view of the public right to fish - and the question of regulation or ownership'
TOM APPLEBY Senior Law Lecturer, Centre for Research for Environmental Studies, University of the West of England and Visiting Research Fellow, School of Law, University of Bristol
WL (2008) 19 41

The Water Act 2003 and sustainable abstraction
PENNY SOWTER, PETER HOWSAM Natural Resources Department, Cranfield University
WL (2008) 19 33

Regulatory lessons from the summer 2007 floods
MARK STALLWORTHY School of Law, Swansea University
WL (2008) 19 20

Govern of be governed? The watershed challenge for American Indians
KEITH S PORTER Adjunct Professor of Law, Cornell University
WL (2008) 19 3

Volume 18:
Top

Issue 6

ARTICLES

Applying the costs principle ? Ofwat's first wholesale access price determination
FIONA PARKER Shepherd and Wedderburn
WL (2007) 18 187

The draft Marine Bill: will it deliver environmental protection for sea fisheries?
A comparison between the draft provisions and existing legislation
TOM APPLEBY Senior Law Lecturer, Centre for Research for Environmental Studies University of the West of England and Visiting Research Fellow School of Law University of Bristol
WL (2007) 18 191

Domestic rainwater harvesting: UK legislation
LEA MERCOIRET, PETER HOWSAM Natural Resources Department, Cranfield University
WL (2007) 18 203

Insurance for flooding
JUSTIN JACOBS Association of British Insurers
WL (2007) 18 197

Issue 5

EDITORIAL

Planning for good water status
PROFESSOR WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2007) 18 147

ARTICLES

The legalities of competition in water markets -- comparing Scotland with England and Wales
FIONA PARKER Solicitor, Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
WL (2007) 18 167

Flooding and private rights
JOHN BATES Old Square Chambers, London
WL (2007) 18 159

2007 Year-end Review
STEFANO BURCHI Senior Legal Officer, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome
WL (2007) 18 149

Issue 4

EDITORIAL

The European Community approach to flood defence
PROFESSOR WILLIAM HOWARTH WL (2007) 18 115

ARTICLES

The development of integrated coastal management legislation in South Africa
PROFESSOR JOHN GIBSON Professor of Marine Law, Institute of Marine and Environmental Law, University of Cape Town, South Africa
WL (2007) 18 117

Rights to water? A Northern Ireland case explored
NIKKI COOPER, PETER HOWSAM Natural Resources Department, Cranfield University
WL (2007) 18 122

CASE COMMENTARY

Permitting of Sewage Treatment Plants
BRIAN JONES Consultant Herbert Smith
[2007] UKHL 41

WL (2007) 18 126

Common law liability of sewerage undertakers
Hanifa Dobson et al v Thames Water Utilities Limited and The Water Services Regulation Authority
MARTHA GREKOS Barrister, Environment & Planning Group, Linklaters LLP

WL (2007) 18 129

Issue 3

EDITORIAL

The effectiveness of environmental legislation
PROFESSOR WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2007) 18 75

ARTICLES

Regime building for transboundary waters: the evolution of legal and institutional frameworks in the EECCA region
DR SERGEI VINOGRADOV Centre For Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy Senior Lecturer, University of Dundee
WL (2007) 18 77

The UK Marine Bill -- a view from industry
PETER BARHAM Sustainable Development Manager, Associated British Ports, London
WL (2007) 18 95

CASE COMMENTARY

Public liability insurance and the extent of environmental cover -- claim under the Water Resources Act 1991
Bartoline Limited v (1) Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc (2) Heath Lambert Limited
[2007] 1 All ER (Comm) 1043
JUSTINE THORNTON Barrister, 39 Essex Street, London
WL (2007) 18 99

Issue 2

ARTICLES

Ecological compensation within the UK planning system
The effect of Article 6(4) of the Habitats Directive on three south coast port developments

R N LAWTON
University of Kent
WL (2007) 18 47

Damage by fishing in the UK?s Lyme Bay ? a problem of regulation or ownership?
TOM APPLEBY
School of Law, Bristol University
WL (2007) 18 39

NATIONAL REPORTS

Mixtures of chemicals in water: implications for chemical regulation and environmental policy
DR JAYNE V BRIAN
PROFESSOR JOHN P SUMPTER
Institute for the Environment, Brunel University, UK
WL (2007) 18 62

The UK Competition Commission decision on the proposed South East Water/Mid Kent Water merger
MICHAEL CUTTING, PAULA RIEDEL
Linklaters LLP
WL (2007) 18 58

CASE LAW

Urban waste water
The Queen on the application of Thames Water Utilities Ltd v The South East London Division, Bromley Magistrates Court
ECJ Case C?252/05 (10 May 2007)
MARTHA GREKOS
Barrister, Linklaters LLP, London
WL (2007) 18 66

Issue 1

Editorial

Rationalising private sewer ownership
WL (2007) 18 3

ARTICLES

A Marine Act: implications for Scotland
ANNE-MICHELLE SLATER
University of Aberdeen
WL (2007) 18 5

Implementing the EU Water Framework Directive: implications for Ofwat
JULIAN JACOBS, PETER HOWSAM
Natural Resources Department, Cranfield University
WL (2007) 18 14

Water law reform in Western Australia: making decisions for the future
JOHN O'HARA
Senior Associate, Minter Ellison Lawyers, Perth
LEE ROSSETTO
Lawyer, Minter Ellison Lawyers, Perth
WL (2007) 18 19

Issue 6

Articles

From the lakes to the oceans: reforming water resource management regimes in New Zealand
KAREN N SCOTT University of Canterbury, New Zealand
WL (2006) 17 231

2006 Year-end Review
STEFANO BURCHI Senior Legal Officer, FAO Rome
WL (2006) 17 223

National Report

Current issues in Australian water law : Federal control versus states? rights ? power struggles in the pursuit of national water security
LESLEY-ANNE PETRIE Lecturer in Law, Flinders University, South Australia
JANE KNOWLER Lecturer in Law, Flinders University, South Australia
WL (2006) 17 210

Case Law

Calculation of charges for water and sewerage services
Thames Water Utilities v Ministry of Defence
[2006] EWCA Civ 1620, 29 November 2006

Urban wastewater
Opinion: The Queen on the application of Thames Water Utilities Ltd v The South East London Division, Bromley Magistrates? Court (interested party: Environment Agency)
Case C?252/05, 8 February 2007, Advocate General Kokott
MARTHA GREKOS Barrister, Linklaters, London
WL (2006) 17 246

Issue 5

Editorial

Planning and flood risk
WILLIAM HOWARTH
WL (2006) 17 183

Articles

Urban water management before the court: flooding in Fredrikstad, Norway
ODDVAR GEORG LINDHOLM Norwegian University of Life Sciences
WOLFGANG SCHILLING Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
DAVID CRICHTON Visiting Professor, Benfield Hazard Research Centre, University College London
WL (2006) 17 204

The relationship between the Water Framework Directive and other environmental directives, with particular regard to agriculture - a Dutch point of view
MARLEEN VAN RIJSWICK Senior Professor at the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law at the University of Utrecht and attached to the Centre for Environmental Law and Policy.
WL (2006) 17 193

Public participation, the Aarhus Convention and the Water Framework Directive JULIE ADSHEAD Salford Law School
WL (2006) 17 185

Issue 4

Articles

Implementation of the Ganges Water Sharing Treaty 1996: barriers and the way forward
MST NAJNIN BEGUM Assistant Professor, Department of Law, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
NIRMAL KUMAR SAHA Assistant Professor, Department of Law, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
WL (2006) 17 159

When is a pipe not just a pipe? The CAT?s Shotton Paper Mill judgment: lessons for regulators and implications for access pricing
FIONA PARKER Solicitor, Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
WL (2006) 17 153

Hornless on the range: intensive animal agriculture and the protection of water quality
ANTHONY S. WISEN J.D. Candidate, Cornell Law School and an Extern in the New York State Water Resources Institute
KEITH S. PORTER Director of the New York State Water Resources Institute and Adjunct Professor, Cornell Law School
WL (2006) 17 141

Issue 3

Editorial

Regulating drought and leakage
WL (2006) 17 91

Articles

The human right to water: is the state?s capacity to fulfil its obligations hindered under public-private partnerships?
MOHAMED MAHAYNI University of Dundee
WL (2006) 17 100

The regulation of endocrine disruptors under the Water Framework Directive
RYOKO MATSUNO Kent Law School, University of Kent
WL (2006) 17 93

National Report

Italy?s failure to adopt the provisions necessary to comply with the Water framework Directive: a paradigm
ILIO FORNASERO Legal Adviser, Rome
ANNAPAOLA SPECCHIO Lawyer, Rome
WL (2006) 17 119

Issue 2

Articles

Integrated water resource management: comparative frameworks for reform
SARAH HENDRY Lecturer in Law, University of Abertay Dundee
WL (2006) 17 47

Recent drought orders and implications for the future
JOHN HURDLEY Partner and Head of the Water Focus Group, Berwin Leighton Paisner
WL (2006) 17 61

Domestic water metering ? is the law adequate?
ANNE ROBSON, PETER HOWSAM Institute of Water & Environment, Cranfield University
WL (2006) 17 65

National Report

Russia?s new water code
LANA HAWORTH EU and Competition, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
WL (2006) 17 71

Issue 1

Articles

A Marine Bill for the UK: the government's proposals
DEBORAH TRIPLEY Barrister, Fenners Chambers, Cambridge
CAROL HATTON Solicitor, WWF-UK
WL (2006) 17 14

Defending ?fundamental? common law riparian rights from proposed regulatory law limitations: lessons from parliamentary history
DR BEN PONTIN
WL (2006) 17 3

Case Commentary

Community law remedies extend to multilateral environmental agreements concluded by the European Community
Case C-213/03
Syndicat professionnel coordination des pêcheurs de l?étang de Berre et de la région v Électricité de France
Case C-239/03
Commission of the European Communities v French Republic
CHARLES PIROTTE Lawyer in the Directorate-General for Environment of the European Commission, Brussels
WL (2006) 17 26

Volume 16:
Top

Issue 6

The public right to fish: is it fit for purpose?
TOM APPLEBY Visiting Research Fellow, School of Law, University of Bristol
WL (2005) 16 201

Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC):interpreting the provisions applying to protected areas for habitats and species directly depending on water
DAVID WITHRINGTON Senior Freshwater Officer, English Nature WL (2005) 16 197

Case Commentaries

Dolphin bycatch: the Greenpeace challenge
Greenpeace v Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
[2005]EWCA Civ 1650, 31 October 2005
JASON LOWTHER School of Law, University of Plymouth
WL (2005) 16 206

Issue 5

The first barrier: the protection of drinking water at its source
KEITH PORTER Director, New York Resources Institute
WL (2005) 16 167

2005 Year-end Review
STEFANO BURCHI Senior Legal Officer, FAO, Rome
WL (2005) 16 155

Case Commentaries

Charging for sewerage services
The Ministry of Defence v Thames Water Utilities Ltd
[2006] EWHC 66 (TCC) 19 January 2006
JOHN COOPER Partner, Energy and Regulated Industries team, Wragge & Co LLP
WL (2005) 16 180

Making EC environmental law effective by criminal sanction: which pillar supports such harmonisation?
European Commission v Council
Case C?176/03, ECJ, 13 September 2005
JASON LOWTHER
University of Plymouth
WL (2005) 16 183

Is sewage sludge ?waste? and are waste treatment plants subject to regulation under the PPC Regime?
United Utilities Water plc v the Environment Agency for England and Wales
[2006] EWHC 9
MARTHA GREKOS Barrister, No5 Chambers, London
WL (2005) 16 186

Issue 4

Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) of water industry plans and programmes
WILLIAM R SHEATE Imperial College London, Collingwood Environmental Planning
TIMOTHY LEINSTER Environmental Consultant, Mouchel Parkman

WL (2005) 16 115

Planning for Scottish aquaculture: the story thus far
ANNE-MICHELLE SLATER School of Law, University of Aberdeen

WL (2005) 16 122

Issue 3

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RIPARIAN RIGHTS OF WATER ABSTRACTORS WITHIN ENGLAND AND WALES
Ben Evans Water Resource Regulatory & Technical Officer, Environment Agency
Peter Howsam Cranfield University Policy & Legislation Unit
WL (2005) 16 90

A EUROPEAN UNION DIRECTIVE ON FLOOD MANAGEMENT
Dr Andrew Farmer Senior Fellow, Institute for European Environmental Policy, London
WL (2005) 16 85

Editorial
From the Water Framework Directive to the Marine Framework Directive
WL (2005) 16 83

Issue 2

VOLUNTARY ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS IN THE SALMON FARMING SECTOR - THE CHILEAN AND SCOTTISH EXPERIENCE
Cristhian de la Piedra Ravanal Former Lawyer of the Ministry of the Environment, Chile
WL (2005) 16 58

SHOULD GOVERNMENTAL WATER RESPONSIBILITIES FLOW DOWNWARDS?
Keith S Porter Director, New York Water Resources Institute
WL (2005) 16 49

Strategic Issues
The impact of the Freedom of Information Act on the water industry in the UK
John P O'Hara Senior Solicitor, Planning and Public Law Group, Denton Wilde Sapte
WL (2005) 16 66

Editorial
The pesticides tax revisited

Issue 1

PRIVATE CREEKS AND THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF NAVIGATION
The Rev Douglas J M Caffyn Research student, School of Law, University of Kent
WL (2005) 16 23

LAND, WATER AND IRRIGATION: HYDROLOGICAL AND LEGAL RELATIONSHIPS IN AUSTRALIA (PART 2)
Professor D E Fisher Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology
WL (2005) 16 14

2004 YEAR-END REVIEW
Stefano Burchi Senior Legal Officer, FAO Rome
WL (2005) 16 5

Case Commentaries
Habitats Directive: precautionary principle and environmental assessment of plans and projects
Landelijke Vereniging tot Behoud van de Waddenzee, Nederlandse Vereniging tot Bescherming van Vogels v Staatssecretaris van Landbouw, Natuurbeheer en Visserij
Case C- 127/02, judgment of the ECJ (Grand Chamber) of 7 September 2004
Agustin Garcia Ureta University of the Basque Country, Bilbao
WL (2005) 16 27

The need to challenge water industry tender decisions promptly
M Holleran Ltd v Severn Trent Water Ltd
[2004] EWHC 2508 (Comm) QBD 4 November 2004
John O'Hara Senior Solicitor, Planning and Public Law Group, Denton Wilde Sapte, London
WL (2005) 16 31

SSSI Compatibility with Article 1 of the First Protocol to the ECHR
R (on the Application of Trailer and Marina (Levin) Ltd v Secretary of State for the Environment, food and Rural Affairs and another
[2004] EWCA Civ 1580
Jason Lowther University of Plymouth
WL (2005) 16 33

Editorial
Planning river basin management planning

Volume 15:
Top

Issue 6

A SMALL ISLAND GETTING SMALLER? A REVIEW OF MAKING SPACE FOR WATER
William Howarth Professor of Environmental Law, University of Kent
WL 15[2004] 6 242

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS ON HYDRO-ELECTRIC SCHEMES IN SCOTLAND
Colin T Reid Professor of Environmental Law, University of Dundee
Alwyin Pillai Lecturer in Law, University of Aberdeen
Andrew R Black Senior Lecturer in Geography, University of Dundee
WL 15[2004] 6 238

LAND, WATER AND IRRIGATION: HYDROLOGICAL AND LEGAL RELATIONSHIPS IN AUSTRALIA (PART 1)
D E Fisher Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology
WL 15[2004] 6 229

Case Commentary
Flood thy neighbour: the application of the 'common enemy' defence in circumstances of nuisance by flooding
Arscott and others v The Coal Authority and others
[2004] EWCA Civ 892, Court of Appeal, 13 July 2004
WL 15[2004] 6 249
Jason Lowther University of Plymouth

Editorial
Economic regulation and sewerage improvement


Issue 5

REGISTRATION OF FISHING RIGHTS IN ENGLAND AND WALES
Simon Jackson Simon Jackson Solicitors
WL 15 [2004] 5 192

DOES THE CAP FIT? RECTIFYING EUTROPHICATION IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY
Keith S Porter New York Resources Institute
WL 15 [2004] 5 187

THE REGULATORY FACE OF THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER
Bronwen Morgan University of Oxford
WL 15 [2004] 5 179

Case Commentaries
Definition of waste - a new power to remediate contaminated land?
Criminal proceedings against Paul Van de Walle, daniel Laurent, Thierry Mersch and Texaco Belgium SA, intervener Region de Bruxelles-Capitale
ECJ, Case C-1/03, 7 September 2004
Daniel Chappell CMS Cameron McKenna

Flooding, sewage discharge consnets and the Envrionment Agency policy - the Claygate enquiry and judicial review proceedings
Peter Carty Environment Agency
WL 15 [2004] 5 195

Special Issue 3/4 - International Water Law

International Water Law Research Institute University of Dundee
and
American Water Resources Association

Selected papers from the IWLRI/AWRA Conference August-September 2004

GOOD WATER GOVERNANCE FOR PEOPLE AND NATURE: WHAT ROLE FOR LAW, INSTITUTIONS, SCIENCE AND FINANCE?

Introduction
WHAT ROLE FOR WATER LAW IN THE EMERGING 'GOOD GOVERNANCE' DEBATE?
Andrew Allan, Dr Patricia Wouters IWLRI, Dundee

Keynote papers:
'GOOD WATER GOVERNANCE': A CALL FOR RENEWED FOCUS AND ACTION
Dr Patricia Wouters and Dr Alistair Rieu-Clarke

NATIONAL WATER LAW: THE FOUNDATION OF SUSTAINABLE WATER USE
A Dan Tarlock Professor of Law, Chicago-Kent College of Law

THE PURSUIT OF GOOD GOVERNANCE IN THE FACE OF THE PUBLIC PRIVATE PARADIGM
Jeffrey Delmon Allen & Overy

Plus
Thirteen other papers

Issue 2

REMEDIATION OF CONTAMINATED LAND - WATER POLLUTION AND VOLUNTARY REMEDIATION
Martha Grekos Barrister, No 5 Chambers, London
WL 15 [2004] 2 55

'LAND USE' PLANNING FOR SCOTLAND'S MARINE ENVIRONMENT?
Anne-Michelle Slater School of Law, University of Aberdeen
WL 15 [2004] 2 49

Case Commentaries
Definiton of storm damage
Environment Agency v Thames Water Utilities
Peter Carty

Should we cry over spilt milk?
Express Ltd v The Environment Agency
Joanna Ketteley Ashurst, London
WL 15 [2004] 2 60

Issue 1 APPRAISING STATUTORY AND INSTITUTIONAL MEASURES FOR WATER POLLUTION CONTROL IN NIGERIA
Kaniye SA Ebeku Assistant Professor of Law, Intercollege, Cyprus
WL 15 [2004] 1 12

RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT IN THE WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE: AN INTEGRATED APPORACH TO WATER PROTECTION AND MANAGEMENT?
Julie Adshead University of Salford
WL 15 [2004] 1 5

Volume 14:
Top

2003 YEAR-END REVIEW
Stefano Burchi Senior Legal Officer, FAO Rome
WL 14 [2003] 6 281

EUROPE REVISITS GROUNDWATER PROTECTION: THE PROPOSED GROUNDWATER DAUGHTER DIRECTIVE
Jo Coles-Ritson University of Wolverhampton
WL 14 [2003] 6 291

Case commentaries
Landfill Directive confirmed to apply to deep injection of liquid waste
Blackland Park Exploration Ltd v Environment Agency
Charles Pirotte Environment DG, European Commission, Brussels
WL 14 [2003] 6 297

Flooding, sewage discharge consents and Environment Agency policy - the Claygate Enquiry
Peter Carty Environment Agency
WL 14 [2003] 6 301

Editorial
Fluoridation and the Water Act 2003
Professor William Howarth
WL 14 [2003] 6 279

IMPLICATIONS FOR FURTHER IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FRESH WATER FISHWATERS DIRECTIVE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Peter Scott, Toller Beattie Solicitors
WL 14 [2003] 5 238

WATER TRADING
Peter Carty Environment Agency, Rob Cunningham Senior Water Polciy Officer, RSPB
WL 14 [2003] 5 253

Case Commentary
Sewerage - R(Anglian Water Services Ltd) v Environment Agency
Nusrat Zar Herbert Smith, London
WL 14 [2003] 5 260

Editorial
Marcic v Thames Water Utilities Ltd laid to rest
Professor William Howarth
WL 14 [2003] 5 235

THE WATER BILL (ENGLAND AND WALES): WILL IT REALLY MAKE COMPETITION EFFECTIVE IN WATER?
Charlotte Mellor King's College London
WL 14 [2003] 4 194

TOWARDS A LIABILITY REGIME FOR DAMAGES TO TRANSBOUNDARY WATERS BY INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS: A NEW PROTOCOL IN THE UNECE REGION
Stephen Stec Head of Environmental Law Programme and Senior Legal Specialist,
Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe, Hungary
Alexios Antypas
WL 14 [2003] 4 185

WATER POVERTY IN ISRAEL: HUMAN RIGHTS AND DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE
Neta Ziv Director of the Clinical Education Programs and Senior Lecturer at Tel Aviv University Law Faculty
WL 14[2003]3 150

PREVENTION OR CURE? STRIKING THE BALANCE IN ACCIDENTAL MARINE OIL-POLLUTION INCIDENTS
Julie Adshead and Kim Tinline University of Salford
WL 14[2003]3 141

Case commentary
Blackland Park Exploration Ltd v Environment Agency, [2003] EWHC 691 (Ch), 16 April 2003
Charles Pirotte Lawyer in the Directorate-General for Environment of the European Commission
WL 14[2003]3 157

OFFSHORE RENEWABLE ENERGY: SMOOTH PERMITTING, ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND FAIR USE ALLOCATION
Glen Plant Consultant (MELP)Barrister
WL 14 [2003] 2

PROTECTING A 'NECESSITY OF LIFE' : WATER SUPPLIES PROTECTED AT THEIR WATERSHED SOURCE
Keith S Porter New York State Water Resources Institute
WL 14 [2003] 2

Case commentary
Express Dairies Distribution v Environment Agency [2003] EWHC 448 Admin, 27 February 2003
David Wilkinson
WL 14 [2003] 2

Volume 13:
Top

ENABLLING THE FRAMEWORK - THE WATER ENVIRONMENT AND WATER SERVICES (SCOTLAND) ACT 2003-06-12
Sarah Hendry Dundee Business School, University of Abertay, Dundee
WL 14 [2003] 1 16

2002 YEAR-END REVIEW
Stefano Burchi Senior Legal Officer, FAO Rome
WL 14 [2003] 1 7

Case commentary
Public rights of navigation and expectations of private riparian ownership: can they be reconciled?
Rowand v The Environment Agency HC 27 November 2002
David Wilkinson
WL 14 [2003] 1 24

EDITORIAL
A sustainable common fisheries policy
William Howarth
WL 14 [2003] 1 3

THINGS WERE SIMPLER THEN: ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS ON EARLY HYDRO-ELECTRIC DAMS IN SCOTLAND
Professor Colin T Reid University of Dundee
WL 13 [2002] 6 382

OCEANIC FISHERIES REFORM IN THE PACIFIC
Elizabeth Petersen Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University
WL 13 [2002] 6 377

EDITORIAL
The revised statutory guidance for the Environment Agency
William Howarth
WL 13 [2002] 6 375

RECREATIONAL WATER QUALITY: ENFORCEABLE STANDARDS IN ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN LAW
Peter Scott Toller Beattie Solicitors
WL 13 [2002] 5 317

THE ENVIRONMENT AGENCY AS A RECREATION AUTHORITY
Peter Carty Anglers' Conservation Association
WL 13 [2002] 5 309

CASE COMMENTARY
Liability of newly connected premises for infrastructure charges Thames Water Utilities Limited v Hamstead Homes (London) Limited CA, 8 October 2002
David Wilkinson
WL 13 [2002] 5 337

EDITORIAL
Strategic thought
William Howarth
WL 13 [2002] 5 307

THE CHANGING CONCEPTIONS OF PROPERTY IN SURFACE WATER RESOURCES IN AUSTRALIA
Dr Poh-Ling Tan Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
WL 13[2002] 4 269

GLOBAL WATER MARKETS AND THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TRADE IN SERVICES
Dr Paul Street School of Law, University of Nottingham
WL 13[2002] 4 259

LAND DRAINAGE AND FLOOD DEFENCE - WHERE NOW?
Simon Jackson and Terry Williams
WL 13[2002] 4 249

Case commentary
Flood alleviation: interpreting planning conditions Carter Commercial developments Ltd v Secretary of State for the Environment QBD, 27 May 2002
David Wilkinson
WL 13[2002] 4 276 Keele University

EDITORIAL: implementing flood protection policy through planning
William Howarth
WL 13[2002] 4 247

SPECIES PROTECTION LEGISLATION AND ITS REPERCUSSIONS ON DEVELOPMENT - THE CASE OF THE GREAT CRESTED NEWT
Matt Jordan Senior Environmental Geologist, Wardell Armstrong
WL 13 [2002] 3 211

SCOTTISH WATER - A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE?
Sarah Hendry Dundee Business School, University of Abertay
WL 13 [2002] 3 203

THE ENVIRONMENT AGENCY AS A NAVIGATION AUTHORITY
Peter Carty Anglers' Conservation Association
WL 13 [2002] 3 193

EDITORIAL: COMPETITION IN THE WATER INDUSTRY - A BUSTED FLUSH?
Stephen Tupper Hammond SuddardsEdge
WL 13 [2002] 3 191

IMPLICATIONS OF THE SHELLFISH WATERS DIRECTIVE FOR WATER QUALITY STANDARDS
Peter Scott Toller Beattie Solicitors
WL 13 [2002] 2 105

HOW IS 'DEMOCRATIC ACCOUNTABILITY' BEING ESTABLISHED IN THE SCOTTISH WATER INDUSTRY?
Melvin Woodhouse University of Dundee
WL 13 [2002] 2 97

EDITORIAL: ABSTRACTION LICENCES, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND COMPENSATION
William Howarth
WL 13 [2002] 2 95

REFORM OF WATER RESOURCE CONTROL IN ENGLAND AND WALES
Robert Cunningham Water Policy Officer, the Wildlife Trusts UK
WL 13 [2002] 1 35

IMPLEMENTING THE WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE: OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS
Mark Everard Director of Science for the Natural Step, sustainable development charity
WL 13 [2002] 1 30

EQUITABLE AND REASONABLE UTILISATION: THE COLUMBIA RIVER
Patricia Jones University of Dundee
WL 13 [2002] 1 19

TRANSPOSING AND IMPLEMENTING EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION - THE CASE OF THE SHELLFISH WATERS DIRECTIVE
Laurence Etherington Wilbraham & Co Research Fellow in Environmental Law, Centre for Legal Research, Nottingham Law School
WL 13 [2002] 1 5

EDITORIAL: A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE BENEFICIARY PAYS PRINCIPLE
William Howarth
WL 13 [2002] 1 3

Volume 12:
Top

THE CHANGING ENVIRONMENT OF INTERNATIONAL WATER MANAGEMENT
A. Dan Tarlock Professor of Law, Chicago-Kent College of Law
WL 12 [2001] 6 351

WATER TRADING IN ENGLAND AND WALES - CAN WE 'BUY THAT FISH A DRINK'?
Peter Carty Anglers' Conservation Association
WL 12 [2001] 6 338

2001 YEAR-END REVIEW OF COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL WATER LAW DEVELOPMENTS
Stephano Burchi Senior Legal Officer, FAO, Rome
WL 12 [2001] 6 330

EDITORIAL: GETTING IT RIGHT ON NITRATE
William Howarth
WL 12 [2001] 6 301

THE COUNTRYSIDE AND RIGHTS OF WAY ACT 2000 AND ACCESS TO NON-TIDAL WATERS
Angela Sydenham Birketts, Ipswich
WL 12 [2001] 5 292

A NEW TOOL FOR NEW PARTNERSHIPS: WATER ACQUISITIONS AND THE OREGON WATER TRUST
Andrew Purkey Executive Director, Oregon Water Trust
Clay Landry Research Associate, PERC, Principal West Water Research
WL 12 [2001] 5 284

THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL WATER LAW IN PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Dr Patricia K Wouters International Water Law Research Institute, Dundee
Alistair S Rieu-Clarke International Water Law Research Institute, Dundee
WL 12 [2001] 5 281

EDITORIAL: THE COST OF SUSTAINABILITY
William Howarth
WL 12 [2001] 5 249

BUY THAT FISH A DRINK: THE UNITED STATES' APPROACH TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN AN ERA OF WATER MARKETING
Clay Landry Research Associates PERC, Principal, West Water Research
WL 12 [2001] 4 240

THE EU SIXTH ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION PROGRAMME: IMPLICATIONS FOR WATER MANAGEMENT
Andrew Farmer and David Wilkinson Institute for European Environmental Policy
WL 12 [2001] 4 236

EDITORIAL: CAMELFORD REVISITED
William Howarth
WL 12 [2001] 4 201

RELATIVE SUSTAINABILITY IN WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT: DISPOSAL OPTIONS FOR 'DOMESTIC SANITARY WASTE'
Sarah Hendry Dundee Business School
Nicki Soutar Urban Water Technology Centre
WL12 [2001] 3 188

OPENING THE FLOODGATES - THE WATER SERVICES BILL
Philip Hunter Brodies WS, Edinburgh
WL 12 [2001] 3 184

THE FOOT-AND-MOUTH EPIDEMIC - IMPLICATIONS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GROUNDWATER DIRECTIVE
Peter Scott Toller Beattie Solicitors
WL 12 [2001] 3 176

EDITORIAL: SEWERAGE: 'THE INDEX OF A CIVILISED SOCIETY'
William Howarth
WL 12 [2001] 3 141

EC WATER PROTECTION LAW: RECENT DECISIONS OF THE ECJ, FIVE CASES EXAMINED
Agust?n Garc?a Ureta University of the Basque Country, Bilbao
WL 12 [2001] 2 123

THE SALMON AND FRESHWATER FISHERIES REVIEW
Peter Carty Anglers Conservation Association, UK
WL 12 [2001] 2 112

EDITORIAL: SUSTAINABLE DRAINAGE REDISCOVERED
William Howarth
WL 12 [2001] 2 65

INLAND WATERWAYS: PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE?
J Coles University of Wolverhampton, UK
WL 12 [2001] 1 55

THE DRAFT WATER BILL - PROVISIONS AND CONSULTATION PAPER CONSIDERED
Peter Carty Anglers Conservation Association
WL 12 [2001] 1 47

THE EC WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE: AN INTRODUCTION
Dr Andrew Farmer IEEP, London
WL 12 [2001] 1 40

EDITORIAL: Water, water everywhere
William Howarth
WL 12 [2001] 1 1

Volume 11:
Top

A GLOBAL WATER POLICY ARENA - THE WORLD COMMISSION ON DAMS
Jeremy Bird Formerly Senior Advisor, World Commission on Dams
WL 11 [2000] 6 208

UTILITIES TAKEOVERS - IS THERE A NEED FOR COMPETITIVE TENDERING? SEVERN TRENT PLC V DWR CYMRU CYFYNGEDIG (WELSH WATER LTD), WPD HOLDINGS UK, UNITED UTILITIES PLC,10 OCTOBER 2000
David Wilkinson Keele University
WL 11 [2000] 5 174

JUDICIAL REVIEW - ACTION TO DETERMINE WHETHER CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE NATIONAL SALMON BYELAWS 1999 WERE ULTRA VIRES GIVEN THEIR PARENT LEGISLATION. R V MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FOOD EX P. MOTT, 14 DECEMBER 2000
David Wilkinson Keele University
WL 11 [2000] 4 143

CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN WATER LEGISLATION
Stefano Burchi Senior Legal Officer, FAO of the United Nations
WL 11 [2000] 3 110

MILFORD HAVEN PORT AUTHORITY: CA RE-ASSESSMENT OF FINE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION. R V MILFORD HAVEN PORT AUTHORITY, 16 MARCH 2000
David Wilkinson Keele University
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FRESHWATER FISHERIES DIRECTIVE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Peter Scott Toller Beattie Solicitors
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REFUSAL TO DISCLOSE INFORMATION ON GROUNDS OF SELF-INCRIMINATION - WHETHER PERMITTED UNDER UK, OR EC OR ECHR LAW. R V HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL EX P. GREEN ENVIRONMENTAL INDUSTRIES LTD AND ANOTHER, 7 FEBRUARY 2000
David Wilkinson Keele University
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Volume 10:
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WASTED? - AN ANALYSIS OF RECENT SIGNIFICANT CASES ON WASTE MANAGEMENT AND WATER LAW AND ITS INTERPRETATION IN SCOTLAND
Philip J Hunter Brodies WS, Edinburgh
WL 10 [1999] 6 205

ENVIRONMENTAL CITIZENSHIP, ECONOMICS AND WATER POLLUTION
William Howarth Professor of Environmental Law, University of Kent at Canterbury
WL 10 [1999] 6 196

ECJ DECISION ON POLLUTION DISCHARGED INTO THE AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT. L. NEDERHOFF & ZN AND DIJKGRAAF EN HOOGHEEMRADEN VAN HET HOOGHEEMRAADSCHAP RIJNLAND, CASE C-232/97. AML VAN ROOIJ AND DAGELIJKS BESTUUR VAN HET WATERSCHAP DE DOMMEL V GEBR. VAN AARLE BV, CASE C-231/97
Agust?n Garc?a Ureta University of the Basque Country, Bilbao
WL 10 [1999] 6 189

REFLECTIONS ON A DECADE OF WATER LAW
William Howarth Professor of Environmental Law, University of Kent at Canterbury
WL 10 [1999] 6 183

BOWDEN'S CASE, SHELLFISHERIES AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS
Peter Scott Toller Beattie Solicitors
WL 10 [1999] 5 169

MEDIATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL DISPUTES
Simon RB Jackson Solicitor
WL 10 [1999] 5 164

ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIATION - POSSIBILITIES OF DEVELOPMENT?
Professor Stuart Bell Barrister, Eversheds Research Fellow
WL 10 [1999] 5 156

SHELLFISH WATERS, SEWAGE DISCHARGES AND RECREATIONAL WATER QUALITY
Peter Scott Toller Beattie Solicitors
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GROUNDWATER ABSTRACTION AND LEGISLATIVE CONTROL
Antonia Murillo Planning Solicitor. Jenny Bough Lecturer in Law, Imperial College at Wye, University of London. Dr Hadrian Cook Senior Lecturer in Law, Imperial College at Wye, University of London
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