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Rossana Manosalvas currently works at the Water Resources Management Group, Wageningen University & Research. Rossana does research in Political Ecology. My current project is around sociopolitical conflicts around paramos as Hydrosocial Territories.
In the Andes, indigenous communities are being increasingly besieged because their páramos act as water providers for cities and irrigation systems downstream. This has led indigenous communities to protect their hydrosocial territories from external actors and re-create them to contest these threats. In this context, we analyse how the Kayambi com...
This paper examines the threats to Indigenous water rights and territories in the Andean countries. It analyzes how water and water rights are embedded in Indigenous territories, and how powerful actors and intervention projects tend to undermine local societies and indigenous livelihoods by developing large-scale water infrastructure. Three cases...