Carmelo Mesa-Lago is a distinguished professor emeritus in economics and Latin American studies at the University of Pittsburgh; he has been visiting professor or researcher in 8 countries and lecturer in 39; He was founder and editor for 18 years of Cuban Studies, and is the author of 95 books and 318 scholarly articles published in 7 languages and 34 countries, half of them on the Cuban economy. His most recent book is 'Voces de cambio en el sector no estatal cubano' (Madrid, 2016). He has received the International Decent Work Award by the ILO (shared with Nelson Mandela) and selected among the 50 most influential Ibero-American intellectuals.
Aguas Andinas has caused a paradigm shift by transforming three water treatment plants in Santiago into “biofactories”.
The negative effects of climate change on access to water in certain regions of the world.
The sanitation services management model implemented in Chile has achieved coverage and quality levels as in no other country in Latin America.
Interview with the responsible for the London Waste and Recycling Board's Circular Economy Programme and former director of the World Bank's Climate Change group.
Latin American countries possess a high volume of renewable water resources per capita