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Guarani Aquifer (GAS) Project: from Knowledge to Governance. Luiz Amore. Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development of the Guarani Aquifer System Project. Huge advances in GAS knowledge. Before. Today. GAS stratigraphic units identified ;

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    1. Guarani Aquifer (GAS) Project: from Knowledge to Governance Luiz Amore Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development of the Guarani Aquifer System Project

    2. Huge advances in GAS knowledge Before Today • GAS stratigraphic units identified ; • Consistent database that supports map development; • Huge water reservoir, little magnitude of fluxes; • Boundaries determined (including SW); • Geometry, recharge and discharge areas recognized; • Relationships regional – local understood. • Aquifer system with no strata delimitation; • Database limited and with no consistency; • Important transboundary fluxes; • Unknown boundaries; • Erroneous geometry; • Flourish areas considered as recharge areas; • Unknown discharge; • No understood relationship between local and regional fluxes. BASES FOR MANAGEMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, AND SUSTAINABLE USE

    3. Scenario before 2001 • Problem: Lack of social knowledge of GAS. • Actors: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay • Water Resources • Environment • International Relations • Context: Marginal place for groundwater in policy agenda and no place in public opinion agenda (invisibility and lack of knowledge that implied the spread of myths and y fears).

    4. Current situation (2008) • Problem solved: social knowledge about GAS existence; • Actors: Project Steering Committee as materialization of consensus and agreement (prerequisite for governance); • Context: repositioning of groundwater in politics and policy agendas and growing presence in public opinion agenda (prerequisite for civil society participation).

    5. Estimate of water that moves in GAS +H 0 -G1 0 +F2 -G2 +A +F1 0 0 -D 0 -B +C -E

    6. Focus regional / local Technical knowledge produced at regional level (no interference + very slow fluxes velocity) determines Necessary local management

    7. Recent advances at countries’ level Four countries: Water as Public Good; Argentina: 5/6 provinces rule the use and protection of groundwater; Brazil: in 7/8 states the state policy on water resources present specific norms and two national programs for support and funding; Paraguay: Water Resources Law in regulation process; Uruguay: national water plebiscite and management plan of infra-basaltic aquifer.

    8. Amplify local /regional Local management requires cooperation to build knowledge, develop tools, frames, and above all institutionalization (prerequisite for governance) Can only been developed from a regional perspective and framework

    9. Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis – TDAStrategic Action Program – SAPSeed of governance development process. TDA Agreed and jointed needs identification SAP Contribution to public policy development

    10. GAS GIS Monitoring network and Models Local Committees Information dissemination Maintenance Functioning Recognition Capacity building Major SAG management tools and the need of continuity

    11. Steering Committee Cooperation NSU- AR NSU- BR NSU- PY NSU- UY Institutional Integration Tech. Secretariat Articulation GAS GIS M & M Local Commissions Dissemination Management Tools Minimum Institutional Arrangements Proposed

    12. Thank youwww.sg-guarani.org • Argentina: Subsecretaría de Recursos Hídricos del Ministerio de Planificación Federal, Inversión Pública y Servicios • Brazil: Secretaria de Recursos Hídricos e Ambiente Urbano do Ministério do Medio Ambiente • Paraguay: Dirección General de Protección y Conservación de Recursos Hídricos de la Secretaria del Ambiente • Uruguay: Dirección Nacional de Agua y Saneamiento del Ministerio de Vivienda Ordenamiento Territorial y Medio Ambiente