Main menu

How Countries Manage Water: Chile

October 15, 2019

This article is adapted from AQ's latest issue on the politics of water in Latin America.

Chile’s long territory comprises different climate zones — from the Atacama, world’s driest (nonpolar) desert, to glacier-fed rivers in Patagonia, the Andes in the east and Pacific Ocean islands to the west. Chile has developed a strong track record of distributing the vital resource to the population, although...

Read this article on the Americas Quarterly website. | Subscribe to AQ.