International cooperation on transboundary aquifers in South America and the Guarani Aquifer case

International cooperation on transboundary aquifers in South America and the Guarani Aquifer case

Year of publication: 
2016
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.

Journal or book title: 
Revista Brasileira de Politica Internationcional
Author(s): 
Villar, P.C.
Keywords: 
Governance
Cooperation
Country/countries and or aquifer(s) covered in publication: 
Colombia
Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
Brazil
Guyana
French Guiana
Suriname
Ecuador
Peru
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
Paraguay
Chile
Argentina
Uruguay
Aquifer: 
Choco-Darién Aquifer
Táchira Pamplonita Aquifer
La Guajira Aquifer
Grupo Roraima Aquifer
Boa Vista-Serra do Tucano-North Savanna Aquifer
Zanderij Aquifer
Coesewijne Aquifer
A-Sand/B-Sand Aquifer
Costeiro Aquifer
Tulcán-Ipiales Aquifer
Zarumilla Aquifer
Puyango-Tumbes-Catamayo-Chira Aquifer
Amazonas Aquifer
Titicaca Aquifer
Pantanal Aquifer
Agua Dulce Aquifer
Ollagüe-Pastos Grandes Aquifer
Concordia-Escritos-Caplina Aquifer
Caiua-Bauru-Acaray Aquifer
Guarani Aquifer System
Serra Geral Aquifer
Litoráneo-Chuy Aquifer
Permo-Carbonífero Aquifer
Litoral-Cretácico Aquifer
Salto-Salto Chico Aquifer
Puneños
Yrendá-Toba-Tarijeño Aquifer
El Condor-Cañadon del Cóndor Aquifer