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Big Dams Endanger the Amazon

Big dam construction endanger the Amazon river and coastal environment. Here we argue that demand for electricity can be met without sacrificing Amazon ecosystems and economies.

By Edgardo M. Latrubesse, Eugenio Y. Arima, Thomas Dunne, Edward Park, Victor R. Baker, Fernando M. d’Horta, Charles Wight, Florian Wittmann, Jansen Zuanon, Paul A. Baker, Camila C. Rivas, Richard B. Norgaard, Naziano Filizola, Atif Ansar, Bent Flyvbjerg, and Jose C. Stevaux*

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Bent Flyvbjerg

Bent Flyvbjerg

Professor at University of Oxford and IT University of Copenhagen. Writes about project management. https://www.linkedin.com/in/flyvbjerg/

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