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Groundwater Law, Abstraction, and Responding to Climate Change - assessing recent law reforms in British Columbia and England

author(s): Birsha Ohdedar
source: Water International (2017)
date: 2017
abstract size 251 [KB]
 

Regulating the Interactions Between Climate Change and Groundwater: Lessons from India

author(s): Philippe Cullet, Lovleen Bhullar & Sujith Koonan
source: 42/6 Water International 646-62 (2017).
date: 2017
abstract size 189 [KB]
 

Gender Issues in Electoral Politics in Kenya: The Unrealized Constitutional Promise

author(s): Wanjiku Mukabi Kabira & Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: in Collins Odote & Linda Musumba eds, Balancing the Scales of Electoral Justice – Resolving Disputes from the 2013 Elections in Kenya and the Emerging Jurisprudence (Rome: International Law Development Organization, 2016), p. 177-214.
date: 2016
abstract size 972 [KB]
 

Revamping the Groundwater Legal Regime in India: Towards Ensuring Equity and Sustainability

author(s): Sujith Koonan
source: 12(2) Socio-Legal Review (2016), p. 45-73.
date: 2016
abstract size 234 [KB]
 

Internal Mechanisms for Ensuring Independence and Accountability in the Judiciary in Kenya

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote and Muriuki Muriungi
source: in Jill Cottrell Ghai ed., Judicial Accountability in the New Constitutional Order (Nairobi, ICJ Kenya, 2016), p. 73-102.
date: 2016
abstract size 3051 [KB]
 

Spectrum Management and Regulation in Kenya: Engendering Inclusive Access to Technology and Information

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Faith Mony Odhiambo, Muriuki Muriungi and Olive Nyawira
source: Report prepared for the Ford Foundation, 2016.
date: 2016
abstract size 812 [KB]
 

Governing Water to Foster Equity and Conservation: Need for New Legal Instruments

author(s): Philippe Cullet
source: Governing Water to Foster Equity and Conservation: Need for New Legal Instruments, 51/53 Economic & Political Weekly (31 December 2016).
date: 2016
abstract size 81 [KB]
 

Differential Treatment in Environmental Law: Addressing Critiques and Conceptualizing the Next Steps

author(s): Philippe Cullet
source: P. Cullet, ‘Differential Treatment in Environmental Law: Addressing Critiques and Conceptualizing the Next Steps’, 5/2 Transnational Environmental Law (2016), p. 305-28.
date: 2016
abstract size 313 [KB]
 
 
 
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