Roger Maquera Lupaca, Gustavo A. Fernández Asqui, Zezy Yadeyda Sardón Ari, Sonia Layme Chura

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.938-944

The purpose of this article is to review scientific publications related to environmental governance aimed at mitigating the pollution of Lake Titicaca, through the actions carried out by public decision-makers at different levels of government, whether national or regional. or local. Likewise, virtual information platforms published by scientific researchers and state entities related to the environmental management of Lake Titicaca have been used. The methodology used was a systematic review of scientific publications carried out between the years 2010 and 2022 in the EBSCO, Google Scholar and Scielo databases, considering “environmental governance”, “water pollution” and “Lake Titicaca” as descriptors. Data analysis technique and a logical matrix were used. The results reveal that there is a fragile environmental governance characterized by weaknesses in government institutions, limited investments for decontamination and poor intersectoral coordination for the environmental management of Lake Titicaca.

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