The University of Stratchlyde is offering the opportunity for a PhD studentship in International Water Governance and Transboundary Aquifers.

Given the ever growing need for fresh water, and the fact that 97% of global available freshwater resources are stored underground in aquifers, (a great number of which often cross national boundaries), it is striking that this field has not been as thoroughly researched as it should have. Thus, the University of Strathclyde offers this opportunity, in the hopes of shedding some light into the matter.

The PhD student will be integrated within the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance, which hosts an increasing number of PhD researchers. The project will also contribute to UNESCO-IHP ISARM, the leading international initiative in the field of transboundary aquifer management.

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