Sovereignties in Conflict: Socio-environmental Mobilization and the Glaciers Law in Argentina

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Lucas Christel; Daniel Torunczyk;
(2017)
  • Publisher: CEDLA
  • Journal: European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies (issn: 1879-4750)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.18352/erlacs.10212, doi: 10.18352/erlacs.10212/
  • Subject: TRANSNATIONAL MINING | Argentina, sovereignties in conflict, socio-environmental mobilization, transnational mining, Glaciers Law, soberanías en conflicto, movilización socioambiental, minería transnacional, Ley de Glaciares | ARGENTINA | SOVEREIGNTIES IN CONFLICT | Sociología | SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL MOBILIZATION | Otras Sociología | CIENCIAS SOCIALES | Geography (General) | GLACIERS LAW | G1-922

Until 2010, the cycle of socio-environmental mobilization in Argentina against transnational mining that began in 2003 had influenced legislative power only at subnational levels. The enactment of the Glaciers Law in 2010 constituted the first time that socio-environmen... View more