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Not coming up dry : regulating the use of Namibia's scarce water resources by mining operations.

Publication:
[Stanford, Calif.] : Stanford Law School, Mills International Human Rights and Environmental Law Clinics ; Windhoek, Namibia : Legal Assistance Centre, c2009.
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Book
iii, 42 p. ; 30 cm.
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Subjects:
Water -- Law and legislation -- Namibia.
Water-supply -- Namibia -- Management.
Uranium mines and mining -- Environmental aspects -- Namibia -- Case studies.
Notes:
Cover title.
Report initiated and supervised by the Land, Environment and Development Project (LEAD) of the Legal Assistance Centre (LAC) of Namibia. Project undertaken in collaboration with the Mills International Human Rights Clinic at Stanford Law School, including student authors Andrew Ardinger, Joshua Kretman and Bolanle Olupona. Students worked under the direction of Barbara Olshansky, Kathleen Kelly, Deborah Sivas, Leah Russin, and Scott Schackelford.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 40-42).
Contributor:
Legal Assistance Centre (Namibia). Land, Environment, and Development Project.
Stanford University. Mills International Human Rights Clinic.
Stanford University. School of Law.
ISBN:
9789994561384
9994561383
OCLC:
741923460