THE BAMAKO CONVENTION ON HAZARDOUS WASTE: A NEW STEP IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

THE BAMAKO CONVENTION ON HAZARDOUS WASTE: A NEW STEP IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AFRICAN... 1. Introduction 2. The place of the Bamako Convention in African international environmental law 3. The scope of the Bamako Convention 4. The regime of prohibition provided for in the Bamako Convention 5. The regime of control of hazardous wastes production provided for in the Bamako Convention 6. The regime of control of the movements of hazardous wastes provided for in the Bamako Convention 7. The implementation of the Bamako Convention 8. The Bamako Convention and the Basel Convention: some problems of co- existence 9. Conclusion 1. INTRODUCTION The adoption of the Bamako Convention on the Ban of the Import into Africa and the Control of Trans boundary Movement and Management of Hazardous Wastes within Africa' on 30 January 1991 at Bamako (Mali) by a conference of Environment Ministers of 51 African States, is a major milestone in the construction of African international environmental law sketched out approximatively 30 years ago on the same Malian soil. As a matter of fact, this Convention is singular insofar as it deals with the question of environment in a noticeably different perspective than the one characterizing previous African legal instruments relative to the same matter. Al- though still fitting in with http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png African Yearbook of International Law Online Brill

THE BAMAKO CONVENTION ON HAZARDOUS WASTE: A NEW STEP IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

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Copyright 1993 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1380-7412
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2211-6176
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10.1163/221161793X00107
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1. Introduction 2. The place of the Bamako Convention in African international environmental law 3. The scope of the Bamako Convention 4. The regime of prohibition provided for in the Bamako Convention 5. The regime of control of hazardous wastes production provided for in the Bamako Convention 6. The regime of control of the movements of hazardous wastes provided for in the Bamako Convention 7. The implementation of the Bamako Convention 8. The Bamako Convention and the Basel Convention: some problems of co- existence 9. Conclusion 1. INTRODUCTION The adoption of the Bamako Convention on the Ban of the Import into Africa and the Control of Trans boundary Movement and Management of Hazardous Wastes within Africa' on 30 January 1991 at Bamako (Mali) by a conference of Environment Ministers of 51 African States, is a major milestone in the construction of African international environmental law sketched out approximatively 30 years ago on the same Malian soil. As a matter of fact, this Convention is singular insofar as it deals with the question of environment in a noticeably different perspective than the one characterizing previous African legal instruments relative to the same matter. Al- though still fitting in with

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African Yearbook of International Law OnlineBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1993

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