Pablo is a Law graduate from the University of Chile and Master of Integrated Water Management (IWM) at Queensland/Griffith Universities, as well as a Lecturer in Environmental Law and Regulation at the School of Engineering, University of Chile. Leveraging years of professional and research experience spanning a range of policy and regulatory topics, including water, natural resources, infrastructure, renewable energy, and natural resource governance, with a focus on community impact. 


Aranda P. (2022) "Reform of the Water Code in times of water scarcity", CIPER-CHILE, May 2022, 

Aranda P. & Reyes V. (2022) "Respect the water cycle from institutionality", CIPER-CHILE, Febraury 2022, 

Aranda P. (2021) “Water Governance at a time of Scarcity and Climate Change .... Are we prepared?”, special Geo Informative Newsletter, Association of Geologists, Water Crisis and Geosciences, July 2021.  

Aranda P. (2021) “The New Regulatory Framework of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in Chile: an analysis through an IWRM lens”, III Conference of the Water Legal Regime, Faculty of Law, University of Chile, 2020.  

Aranda P. & Costa. E. (2017) “Climate change and forests: national and international regulation from REDD + approach and applied to the National Strategy for Climate Change and Vegetation Resources ENCCRV 2017-2025 Chile”. Graphica Impresores Ed, 2017. ISSN  978-956-7669-63-9-  

Aranda P. (2015) "Integrated Watershed Management: Opportunities and Constraints in Chile", Journal of Water Law No. 5, Pontifícia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2015.  

Aranda P. (2013) "The Use of Water  Rights in Chile and its  Regulatory  Framework", Journal of  Law,  Graduate  School  No.  4, University of Chile, Legal Publishing Thomson Reuters Ed, 2013. ISSN 0719-1731.