Institutional and Legal Frameworks for Water Dispute Resolution and PreventionColorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy (1998)
AbstractThis paper covers legal and institutional means of resolving and preventing disputes over Africa's shared river basins. An increased potential for water development and management disputes in Africa exists mainly because of increases in population growth, demand for increasingly scarce water resources, and competition over such resources for development initiatives. Therefore, developing and enforcing water agreements is critical to basin nations.
- water law,
- dispute resolution,
- international water agreements
Publication DateJune, 1998
Citation InformationValentina Okaru-Bisant. "Institutional and Legal Frameworks for Water Dispute Resolution and Prevention" Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy Vol. 9 (1998)
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