Looks like an excellent, timely, issue!
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I did not realize the convention is not yet in force; five more countries must accede to it for it to be adopted. Thirty-five countries are needed; Niger just became #30.
Alistair Rieu-Clarke, Remy Kinna & Flavia Loures
Utilization of shared international freshwater resources – the meaning and role of “equity” in international water law
Does Article 6 (Factors Relevant to Equitable and Reasonable Utilization) in the UN Watercourses Convention misdirect riparian countries?
The UN Watercourses Convention: the éminence grise behind cooperation on transboundary water resources
The preservation of freshwater ecosystems of international watercourses and the integration of rules – an interpretative mechanism
Article 33 of the UN Watercourses Convention: a step forward for dispute settlement?
Attila Tanzi & Enrico Milano
A new human rights-based approach to the UN Watercourses Convention
The influence of the UN Watercourses Convention on the development of a treaty regime in the Nile River basin
Musa M. Abseno
Revisiting the 1960 Indus Waters Treaty
Exploring China's transboundary water treaty practice through the prism of the UN Watercourses Convention
Huiping Chen, Alistair Rieu-Clarke & Patricia Wouters
"In questions of science the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual." - Galileo Galilei