Symposium - Rethinking Law In A Nexus Future: Governing Energy, Water, Food And Climate Challenges - Part 1
Fishing for Rights: The Water-Food Nexus and Indigenous Fishing in Australia's Northern Territory
This Article explores the water-food nexus in relation to Indigenous rights to the sea in Australia’s Northern Territory
Harvest the Wind, Harvest Your Dinner: Using Law To Encourage an Offshore Energy-Food Multiple-Use Nexus
Most scholars discuss the food-water-energy-climate nexus as it emerges on land. Less attention has been paid to the food-water-energy-climate nexus as it exists in the ocean, but that nexus exists—and it is beginning to be strained. T
Colorado River Lessons For International Water Law
This Article relies on four examples from the interstate management of the Colorado River to draw lessons from both successes and failures to improve the management of international rivers.
Decentralized Groundwater Governance and Water Nexus Implications in the United States
Groundwater is essential to meeting water demands across the United States. Effective groundwater governance (making laws, policies, and regulations) and management (implementing governance framework) are needed to ensure its sustainable use.