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Recycling The Process: Collaborative Interest-Based Negotiations In An Era Of Climate Change, David Aladjem 2010 Downey Brand LLP

Recycling The Process: Collaborative Interest-Based Negotiations In An Era Of Climate Change, David Aladjem

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The California Public Utilities Commission's Pilot Program To Explore The Nexus Of Energy Efficiency And Water Conservation, Steven Weissman, Lindsay Miller 2010 University of California at Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law

The California Public Utilities Commission's Pilot Program To Explore The Nexus Of Energy Efficiency And Water Conservation, Steven Weissman, Lindsay Miller

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Perils Of Privatization: International Developments And Reform In Water Distribution, Adam D. Link 2010 Pacific McGeorge School of Law

The Perils Of Privatization: International Developments And Reform In Water Distribution, Adam D. Link

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Coal And Coalbed Methane Development In The Flathead—An International Water Dispute, Allan Ingelson, Lincoln Mitchell, Sean Assie 2010 University of Calgary

Coal And Coalbed Methane Development In The Flathead—An International Water Dispute, Allan Ingelson, Lincoln Mitchell, Sean Assie

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Water And Geothermal Energy Development In The Western U.S.: Real World Challenges, Regulatory Conflicts And Other Barriers, And Potential Solutions, Kathleen Callison 2010 Law Office of Kathleen Callison

Water And Geothermal Energy Development In The Western U.S.: Real World Challenges, Regulatory Conflicts And Other Barriers, And Potential Solutions, Kathleen Callison

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Governing The Tributaries Of The Mekong—The Contribution Of International Law And Institutions To Enhancing Equitable Cooperation Over The Sesan, Alistair Rieu-Clarke, Geoffrey Gooch 2010 University of Dundee

Governing The Tributaries Of The Mekong—The Contribution Of International Law And Institutions To Enhancing Equitable Cooperation Over The Sesan, Alistair Rieu-Clarke, Geoffrey Gooch

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Water Supply, Desalination, Climate Change, And Energy Policy, Robin Kundis Craig 2010 Florida State University College of Law

Water Supply, Desalination, Climate Change, And Energy Policy, Robin Kundis Craig

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Beyond International Water Law: Successfully Negotiating Mutual Gains Agreements For International Watercourses, Alex Grzybowski, Stephen C. McCaffrey, Richard K. Paisley 2010 Pacific Resolutions in Victoria, Canada, and the United Nations MediationSupport Unit in New York

Beyond International Water Law: Successfully Negotiating Mutual Gains Agreements For International Watercourses, Alex Grzybowski, Stephen C. Mccaffrey, Richard K. Paisley

McGeorge School of Law Scholarly Articles

No abstract provided.


Symposium--Critical Intersections For Energy & Water Law: Exploring New Challenges And Opportunities: Foreward, Alastair R. Lucas, Gregory S. Weber, Patricia K. Wouters 2010 University of Calgary

Symposium--Critical Intersections For Energy & Water Law: Exploring New Challenges And Opportunities: Foreward, Alastair R. Lucas, Gregory S. Weber, Patricia K. Wouters

McGeorge School of Law Scholarly Articles

No abstract provided.


Introduction: Twenty-Five Years Of The Gulf Of Maine Judgment, Charles H. Norchi 2010 University of Maine School of Law

Introduction: Twenty-Five Years Of The Gulf Of Maine Judgment, Charles H. Norchi

Faculty Publications

An overview and retrospective on the Gulf of Maine Maritime Boundary case. This decision is a milestone in oceans law, and it continues to effect fisheries, oil and gas exploration, alternative energy production, and other issues in Canadian-American relations and beyond.


When International Law Was Made In Maine: The Gulf Of Maine Judgment At 25 Years, Charles H. Norchi 2010 University of Maine School of Law

When International Law Was Made In Maine: The Gulf Of Maine Judgment At 25 Years, Charles H. Norchi

Faculty Publications

A retrospective on the Gulf of Maine case and the contribution Maine's lawyers made to it.


Burnham, Water, And The Plan Of Chicago: A Historical Explanation Of Why Water Was Ignored And The Consequences Of Ignoring Water, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 413 (2010), Virginia M. Harding 2010 John Marshall Law School

Burnham, Water, And The Plan Of Chicago: A Historical Explanation Of Why Water Was Ignored And The Consequences Of Ignoring Water, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 413 (2010), Virginia M. Harding

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Water, Place, And Equity, Peter Little 2009 Oregon State University

Water, Place, And Equity, Peter Little

Peter C. Little

No abstract provided.


Clean Water In Indian Country: The Risks (And Rewards) Of Being Treated In The Same Manner As A State, Marren Sanders 2009 Arizona Summit Law School

Clean Water In Indian Country: The Risks (And Rewards) Of Being Treated In The Same Manner As A State, Marren Sanders

Marren Sanders

No abstract provided.


The Copenhagen Accord And The Future Of The International Climate Change Regime, Francesco Sindico 2009 University of Strathclyde

The Copenhagen Accord And The Future Of The International Climate Change Regime, Francesco Sindico

Francesco Sindico

This paper analyses the environmental integrity, the nature and the political relevance of the Copenhagen Accord. According to the first two parameters, the Copenhagen Accord is not satisfactory. From a political point of view the conclusion is slightly different, albeit not positive. This paper concludes arguing that after the Copenhagen Conference the future of the international climate change legal regime is likely to be more fragmented, the Accord being one further piece of the global carbon puzzle.


Tribal Land Laws In Andhra Pradesh, Hari Priya 2009 NALSAR University of Law

Tribal Land Laws In Andhra Pradesh, Hari Priya

Hari Priya

No abstract provided.


The Linkages Between Access To Water And Water Scarcity With International Investment Law And The Wto Regime, Francesco Costamagna, Francesco Sindico 2009 University of Strathclyde

The Linkages Between Access To Water And Water Scarcity With International Investment Law And The Wto Regime, Francesco Costamagna, Francesco Sindico

Francesco Sindico

This paper aims to examine the relationship between two branches of international economic law and water-related issues. In particular, it analyses the impact of international investment law and international trade law on, respectively, State’s capacity in ensuring universal access to water services and fighting against water scarcity. The main objective of the paper is to define State’s rights in relation to water supply and how these rights can be protected and enforced within the international investment and/or WTO regime. First, the analysis focuses on certain features of the investment system that may affect the balance between State ...


Section 4 Of The Hindu Succession Act Of 1956, Hari Priya 2009 NALSAR University of Law

Section 4 Of The Hindu Succession Act Of 1956, Hari Priya

Hari Priya

A brief write up in the form of a comprehensive article aiming to critically evaluate the Section 4 of the Hindu Succession Act of 1956. The law, as it stands amended, has not only brought about changes in the succession laws of Hindus, but has also paved the way for some positive modifications in the law of partition, alienation of property, inheritance and adoption, and the paper is an effort to evaluate this provision of the law.


Climate Adaptation Policy At The Continental Level: Natural Resources In North America And Europe, Paul Stanton Kibel 2009 Golden Gate University School of Law

Climate Adaptation Policy At The Continental Level: Natural Resources In North America And Europe, Paul Stanton Kibel

Paul Stanton Kibel

No abstract provided.


The Lisbon Treaty And Its Consequences For Rural Development And Sustainable Tourism: A Case Study Of Romania, Francesco Sindico 2009 University of Strathclyde

The Lisbon Treaty And Its Consequences For Rural Development And Sustainable Tourism: A Case Study Of Romania, Francesco Sindico

Francesco Sindico

With the entrance into force of the Lisbon Treaty on 1 December 2009, the European Union (EU) has now more tools to deal with a scenario of 27 Member States with specific regional characteristics and different needs in the fields of rural development and sustainable tourism. An important incentive to sign the Lisbon Treaty on 13 December 2007 was the accession to the EU of twelve Central and European countries in recent years. Romania is one of these States. This country has a huge touristic potential and, at the same time, is one of the poorest EU Member State. Against ...


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