The management of water resources faces environmental, climatic, political and economic challenges. In this changing environment, innovative policies should be designed to foster collaboration between states, civil society and the private sector. To this end, practitioners and decision-makers need to develop new analytical skills. The objective

In August 2023, the Golden Gate University Environmental Law Journal published an article titled Fisheries and Fishing under International Water Law: A Dialogue Between Professor Gabriel Eckstein and Professor Paul Stanton Kibel. This article developed from an April 2023 webinar (organized by Golden Gate

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