Il caso di un conflitto socio-ambientale nelle Ande peruviane sulla scia di una nuova e frammentata ondata di proteste

Fabio Azzolin


The conflict around the water management of an important Andean lake, considerably aggravated in 2008. The hydroelectric installations, that was granted to Duke Energy company, was in fact occupied by the Peruvian rural community, Cruz de Mayo (CdM). This nonviolent conflict, after several years of impasse, has seen the recent introduction of various negotiating tables between CdM, Duke Energy, CEAS (a Peruvian catholic organization), the local and state institutions.


Socio-environmental conflict; institutionalize conflict; Latin America; hydropower company; social movements

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2036-0967/4760

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