European Union (EU) law and international law contain provisions to conserve fisheries and prevent the extinction of endangered fish species. EU law and international law also contain provisions to address global warming by seeking to transition from energy sources that produce greenhouse gas emissions (such

This Side Event, featuring diplomats, legal scholars, and Supreme Court justices from around the world, will discuss the contents and implications of the 2018 Brasília Declaration of Judges on Water Justice, a main product of the 8th World Water Forum. The Declaration is the result

The first global water summit in decades will be held in New York City on 22-24 March, 2023. AIDA will be represented at the Conference by three members: Renee Martin-Nagle, Flavia Rocha Loures and Monica Cardillo. AIDA is leading a coalition of over 40 partners to

The UN 2023 Water Conference offers a unique opportunity for national governments, international organizations, civil society, academia, river basin organizations, the financing sector and other stakeholders to advance transboundary water cooperation through making voluntary commitments as part of the Water Action Agenda. The webinar will present

Armed conflicts have an impact on freshwater resources and often damage water installations, which could be targeted or incidentally damaged, affecting water quality and quantity and limiting access for the civilian population. Thus, in situations of armed conflict, protecting freshwater resources and related installations becomes

This article analyzes relevant investment treaty provisions and cases concerning water resources management to examine (i) when water disputes can be submitted to investment arbitration and (ii) what standards tribunals have applied to settle them. It demonstrates that water disputes over investment projects can widely