Implementing International Watercourses Law through the WEF Nexus and SDGs: An Integrated Approach Illustrated in the Zambezi River Basin offers an innovative approach to the governance of shared watercourses and the implementation of international water law through the Law, Nexus and Goals (LNG) approach. By looking at policy frameworks such as the WEF nexus and global development agendas such as the SDGs, the monograph provides a method of integration for holistic water governance. In order to demonstrate this approach, a case study of the Zambezi River Basin is used, through which the monograph not only exemplifies the approach taken, but also provides a detailed account of the legal and policy frameworks within the basin.
Zeray Yihdego, Ph.D. (2006), Durham University, is a Professor and Chair holder in Public International Law at the Aberdeen Law School. He has published monographs and several articles, including a monograph titled The Fairness Dilemma in Sharing Nile Waters (Brill, 2017). Julie Gibson, is a freelance international development consultant, Research Assistant at the University of Aberdeen and PhD candidate at the University of Strathclyde. Her research focuses on the relationship between international water law and development cooperation.
Implementing International Watercourses Law through the WEF Nexus and SDGs: an Integrated Approach Illustrated in the Zambezi River Basin Zeray Yihdego and Julie Gibson
2 Normative and Conceptual Frameworks
3 The LNG Approach: towards Integration
4 The Zambezi River: LNG Approach
Of particular interest to international water law professionals, policy makers, academics and students. Also, potentially of interest to those interested in international environmental or natural resources law more generally.