A shift in the use of water and other resources, from a policy or pattern of unchecked water use a few decades ago, to today’s era of water scarcity, has created a situation that has resulted in the potential for disputes over rivers worldwide.  Some of these arguments include the decades-long dispute between Mexico and… Read More


International water allocation disputes have been a constant in the universe of international disputes, as is demonstrated by the suite of disputes selected herein.  Today, the issues that led to these disputes and other environmental and natural resources threats, are more problematic than they were in the past, as a consequence of the persistent expansion of worldwide… Read More


Human Rights lawyers in North America know that although the societies of Canada and the United States believe that human rights are uniform and fair. They in fact are not.  Nowhere is this truer than when it comes to water, climate justice and indigenous people.  Poverty is also a driver in the realm of climate… Read More