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

The Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance will host the 2018 edition of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Colloquium, titled “The Transformation of Environmental Law and Governance: Innovation, Risk and Resilience”, at Glasgow, Scotland, on 2-6 July, 2018. Technology and innovation are often

Grounded in international experience, this comprehensive volume provides readers with an up-to-date overview of current international transboundary water resource sharing policies and practices, including detailed case studies at both domestic and international levels. The authors discuss existing international laws, treaties, and principles that may stimulate

This monograph analyzes the three general approaches to water allocation between riparian states to certain shared watercourses in the United States, namely equitable apportionment, congressional apportionment, and inter-state compacts. This analysis is accompanied by a discussion and evaluation of the different cases of shared watercourses