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By Sarah Hendry

The realm is at present experiencing exceptional international swap, with inhabitants raise, urbanisation, weather switch and environmental degradation combining to make administration of freshwater assets a severe coverage concentration of the twenty-first century. This well timed ebook designs and develops an unique, analytical framework for water legislation reform procedures, utilizing case stories throughout 4 jurisdictions. Addressing the 4 relevant components of water legislation - built-in water source administration (IWRM) and river basin making plans, water rights and allocation, water pollutants and caliber, and water prone - this ebook presents a accomplished research of water legislation, in the context of worldwide and nearby coverage agendas. Case reviews from England, Scotland, South Africa and Queensland, Australia, are awarded, offering comparators from either universal legislation and combined jurisdictions, from the northern and southern hemispheres, and from built and constructing nations. A legislative framework is proposed for water legislation reform procedures, and the results of alternative reform recommendations are thought of and investigated. A precious source for lecturers and graduate scholars in environmental legislations, source administration, hydrology and social technology, this booklet can also be hugely suitable to policymakers, NGOs and felony practitioners.

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9 SOUTH AFRIC A jurisdiction with a small population and extensive rural areas, they may involve the same individuals and groups. For the WRPs,169 the Minister must publish a proposal for public consultation; there is a minimum period of 30 days for responses, and the Minister may decide to issue a further public notice. Notices are issued to local governments and to any entities that the Minister considers appropriate; local governments must make such information available. When responses have been received, the Minister should make the draft Plan available, with an overview report.

23 2 . 8 QU E E NS L A N D the WRPs, and to a lesser extent the ROPs, will be examined here, as will the non-statutory catchment management systems. In addition, there have been several legislative changes in recent years, relevant mostly to bulk supply (Chapter 3) and the delivery of water services (Chapter 5). 147 The institutional and departmental frameworks in Queensland have been subject to much change in recent years, and some of this is ongoing at the time of writing, since the 2012 state elections.

The ROPs identify the land and water to which the Plan applies, and the general principles and outcomes for sustainable management and allocation. They then set out the state monitoring and reporting requirements for water quantity and quality and ecosystems. 321. See DNRM (2013). 24 IWRM AND RIVER B AS IN PLANNING overview of each of the water supply schemes, and the management areas for unsupplemented water. There is provision for the granting of new entitlements, either licences or allocations; for example, to non-riparians, to local governments, and, if permitted by the WRP, for the release of unallocated water in certain circumstances.

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