"Indigenous Rights to Water" in Water Law
This volume of the Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law provides thorough and detailed coverage of the changing meanings and roles of water law, from the local to the global. It examines the rules of ownership, rights of use, and dispute resolution that address access, allocation, and protection of water resources. Written by leading scholars and practitioners from across the globe, this authoritative volume will be a vital resource for all scholars and students of environmental law.
Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law | Water Law
Water Law (Joseph W. Dellapenna & Joyeeta Gupta eds., 2021)