The Great Lakes Binational Region: The Need for Fragmented Sovereignty in Resolving Transnational Water Disputes in the 21st Century

Resolving water disputes and managing jointly controlled water resources has become increasingly important overuse, pollution, invasive species, and climate change. The Great Lakes Binational Region stands as a potential model for this sort of sub-state agreement operating in lieu of and then leading to an equitable, effective international treaty. More

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  • Category: Essay » Political
  • Words: 11,140
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780463397541
About Tyler Thompson

B.S. Environmental Administration, University of Evansville; J.D Candidate, SLU Law; Environmentalist; Amateur Fiction and Game Writer; Loser, geek, gin lover.

Writer in Law School, doing what I love all around. Hope you enjoy my work. I enjoyed making it.

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