The Guarani Aquifer Agreement 2010

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Abstract

The Guarani Aquifer Agreement, signed in 2010, was the first international treaty to refer in its Preamble to General Assembly Resolution 63/124 on the Law of Transboundary Aquifers. The Agreement includes substantive, procedural and institutional provisions providing Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay with a legal framework for the management of the vast Guarani Aquifer System. This chapter provides an analysis of these provisions, but also discusses socio-legal developments after 2010 and the extent to which the Guarani Aquifer System can be managed by the four countries in the absence of an in-force Guarani Aquifer Agreement.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationMultilateral Environmental Treaties
EditorsMalgosia Fitzmaurice, Attila Tanzi , Angeliki Papantoniou
Place of PublicationCheltenham, U.K.
Pages299-310
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 25 Aug 2017

Publication series

NameElgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law series
PublisherEdward Elgar
Volume5

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Paraguay
Uruguay
international agreement
Argentina
Brazil
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Keywords

  • transboundary aquifers
  • Guarani Aquifer
  • draft articles
  • ILC

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Sindico, F. (2017). The Guarani Aquifer Agreement 2010. In M. Fitzmaurice, A. T., & A. Papantoniou (Eds.), Multilateral Environmental Treaties (pp. 299-310). (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law series; Vol. 5). Cheltenham, U.K..
Sindico, Francesco. / The Guarani Aquifer Agreement 2010. Multilateral Environmental Treaties. editor / Malgosia Fitzmaurice ; Attila Tanzi ; Angeliki Papantoniou. Cheltenham, U.K., 2017. pp. 299-310 (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law series).
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Sindico, F 2017, The Guarani Aquifer Agreement 2010. in M Fitzmaurice, AT & A Papantoniou (eds), Multilateral Environmental Treaties. Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law series, vol. 5, Cheltenham, U.K., pp. 299-310.

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Multilateral Environmental Treaties. ed. / Malgosia Fitzmaurice; Attila Tanzi; Angeliki Papantoniou. Cheltenham, U.K., 2017. p. 299-310 (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law series; Vol. 5).

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Sindico F. The Guarani Aquifer Agreement 2010. In Fitzmaurice M, AT, Papantoniou A, editors, Multilateral Environmental Treaties. Cheltenham, U.K. 2017. p. 299-310. (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law series).