Series: IUCN Environmental Policy and Law Papers Volume: 72
Edited By: Sharelle Hart
249 pages, colour photos, illustrations, and maps; tables
This publication examines the characteristics of successful transboundary resource management. Various cases of different shared resources, from water to fish to air, are described and their strengths and weaknesses analyzed.
Successful management of transboundary resources is growing in relevance as resources become sparse and conflicts over them increase. However, many of its elements have not yet been sufficiently defined and applied.
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