A History of Water : Sovereignty and International Water Law v.2 Hardback
Edited by Terje Tvedt, Owen McIntyre, Tadessa Kasse Woldesadik
As global climate change threatens to change radically both the political and physical climate with regard to water issues, so a reassessment of some of the fundamental principles of international water law is emerging.
One of the most important principles being reassessed is the sovereign equality of states.
This volume brings together more than thirty leading international water and legal specialists to explore the development and changing relationship between water, state sovereignty and international law.Offering fresh insights into one of the most pressing issues in global water policy, Sovereignty and International Water Law will form an essential reference for water professionals, legal specialists and policy makers alike.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 480 pages, 32 bw integrated
- Publisher: I.B.Tauris & Co. Ltd.
- Publication Date: 30/05/2015
- Category: International environmental law
- ISBN: 9781780764481