Glacier law marred by jurisdictional disputes and unclear definitions, say lawyers
A recent Supreme Court ruling that Argentina’s glacier protection law should apply in the San Juan province – where the world’s largest miner Barrick Gold has a gold mine – has provoked further controversy over the constitutionality of the legislation and its definition of glacial areas.
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