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The ongoing and increasing proceduralization of international water resources law (and of the rules of general international environmental law applicable to transboundary waters) represents significant opportunities for the environmental protection of international watercourses and their dependent aquatic ecosystems.  Procedural rules effectively facilitate the identification, communication and consideration of complex environmental impacts and values and, thus, play a key role in avoiding and resolving disputes, whilst also ensuring that environmental concerns come to the forefront in inter-State engagement. This important development in international water resources law requires to be communicated, promoted and further explored.  

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