Legal and institutional adaptation to climate uncertainty: a study of international rivers

@inproceedings{Fischhendler2004LegalAI,
  title={Legal and institutional adaptation to climate uncertainty: a study of international rivers},
  author={Itay Fischhendler},
  year={2004}
}
This study seeks to understand why nations find it difficult to include climate-uncertainty mechanisms in treaties regulating international rivers. It also aims to examine the implications of not adopting these mechanisms, particularly during a crisis. The study focuses on the negotiation process of three water treaties, and seeks to identify the underlying reasons behind the inclusion - or exclusion - of such mechanisms. Second, it reviews how the treaties performed and evolved during drought… CONTINUE READING

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