BNamericas provides a roundup of the most important Water & Waste news in Latin America.
The federal government offered US$19mn to finance projects to improve the state of the Atuel river, which is the focus of a dispute between Mendoza and La Pampa provinces.
BNamericas spoke with Ary Naim, country manager of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), about its financing strategy and the future of the infrastructure sector.
The environmental team of president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) organized a debate on the effects of the two alternatives proposed to replace Mexico City's international airport.
The regulation is related to services provided by national water and sewerage utility AyA.
The development bank wants to attract more investment in the area.
The infrastructure advisor to Brazil's frontrunner candidate criticized the institutions and procedures concerned with environmental licensing.
Authorities in both countries highlighted advances in desalination projects in a scenario in which potable water sources are being protected by heavy regulations due to long-term drought.