Santiago — Managing shrinking water reserves has become such a big-ticket item in Chile that the South American nation is giving H2O its own ministry.

The government has sent a bill to congress that will transform the public works ministry into the public works and water resources ministry, an entity that will oversee and co-ordinate the 43 institutions in Chile that deal with water...

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