Legal mechanisms for the management, development and protection of water resources have evolved over the years and have reached unprecedented levels of complexity and sophistication. This phenomenon is largely in response to the global community’s sustainable development agenda, to the challenges and limitations imposed by

This report was sponsored by the following institutions: Program in Natural Resources Systems, Texas A&M University School of Law; Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy, Texas A&M University Bush School of Government and Public Service; and Texas Water Resources Institute. Its purpose is to

IUCN welcomes applications for the Environmental Law Center (ELC) internship programme in the second half of 2018. Any currently enrolled advanced law students who may be interested may contact ELC at Further information and the application forms are available at,18DLU,48BPX5,3WYGZ,1. ELC is especially seeking

More than fifty senior justices – from the ordinary courts and from specialized environmental courts or chambers - and public prosecutors from forty-one countries around the world assembled in Brasilia, 19-21 March, for a Conference on Water Justice organized under the umbrella of the