Fresh Water in International Law, by Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, published by Oxford University Press in September 2013, provides a comprehensive analysis of the legal regime governing the status of fresh water in international law.  It explores the links between the legal norms directly concerning the use, management and protection of water resources and general international law. It further investigates the origin and scope of these norms as they apply to fresh water, and demonstrates

Background:International Water Resources Association (IWRA) is an international network of multidisciplinary experts on water resources. We are a non‐profit, non‐governmental, educational organisation established in 1971. For more information, consult their website at: The IWRA Executive Office is hosted by the French Non‐Government Organisation, Association VERSeau