International cooperation on transboundary aquifers in South America and the Guarani Aquifer case
Villar, Pilar Carolina
Rev. bras. polít. int.
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Abstract International cooperation on groundwater takes many forms. The mobilization of different actors helps to promote cooperation initiatives in South America, where the most well known case is the Guarani Aquifer System (GAS). This article intends to analyze how international actors have motivated cooperation on transboundary aquifers and its repercussions in South America, especially in the case of the GAS.
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