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State, economic power, and citizen mobilization in the construction of hydrosocial territories in La Laguna region, States of Durango, and Cohahuila, Mexico (in Spanish)

Authors: Romero Navarrete, Lourdes;

State, economic power, and citizen mobilization in the construction of hydrosocial territories in La Laguna region, States of Durango, and Cohahuila, Mexico (in Spanish)

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The article adopts the notion of hydrosocial territories to analyse the impact of concessions for water abstraction granted by the authorities to dairy businesses in La Laguna region, which has allowed dairy entrepreneurs to maintain control of a model of water abstraction that has significant environmental impacts, notably on the depletion of the region’s Main Aquifer. In this context, a collective action movement is demanding that the authorities take urgent measures to tackle the problem. However, despite the fact that a socially-oriented federal government came to power in 2018, the water authorities have continued to grant new concessions for water abstraction to the region’s agribusnesses , while have also failed to incorporate the citizenry in the design of environmental remediation programs, as is the case with the Healthy Water for La Laguna project (2020). The article argues that civil society organizations are the main agent promoting a sustainable use of water, while the authorities continue to favor the interests of dairy bussinesses.

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public water management, hydrosocial territories; water concessions, dairy entrepreneurs, Main Aquifer-La Laguna, Mexico

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