5/8/17 Four Years Later, China-Backed Nicaragua Canal Struggles to Take Off the Ground

5/8/17 Four Years Later, China-Backed Nicaragua Canal Struggles to Take Off the Ground

What kind of an effect could a 300 km canal spanning Nicaragua have? Quite a serious one suggest Axel Meyer & Jorge A. Huete-Pérez. Read more at: www.nature.com/news/conservation-nicaragua-canal-could-wreak-environmental-ruin-1.14721?WT.mc_id=PIN_NatureNews

What kind of an effect could a 300 km canal spanning Nicaragua have? Quite a serious one suggest Axel Meyer & Jorge A. Huete-Pérez. Read more at: www.nature.com/news/conservation-nicaragua-canal-could-wreak-environmental-ruin-1.14721?WT.mc_id=PIN_NatureNews

Globalization gone mad: Stop the Nicaragua Canal! | "Nicaragua is planning a new canal for container ships and oil tankers. While the project is economically important for China – the apparent driving force behind the canal – it would mean clear-cutting rainforests, mass resettlement and destroying Lake Nicaragua’s ecosystem." Click for details and please SIGN and share petition to speak out against this looming environmental disaster.

Globalization gone mad: Stop the Nicaragua Canal! | "Nicaragua is planning a new canal for container ships and oil tankers. While the project is economically important for China – the apparent driving force behind the canal – it would mean clear-cutting rainforests, mass resettlement and destroying Lake Nicaragua’s ecosystem." Click for details and please SIGN and share petition to speak out against this looming environmental disaster.

Scientists question rush to build Nicaragua canal

Scientists question rush to build Nicaragua canal

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Nicaragua Canal Details | China and Latin America

Nicaragua Canal Details | China and Latin America

Nicaragua's planned $50 billion canal project is "fraught with risks and uncertainties," and could cause more harm than good unless the government and its Chinese builder fund a host of mitigation measures, an environmental consultancy said.

Nicaragua's planned $50 billion canal project is "fraught with risks and uncertainties," and could cause more harm than good unless the government and its Chinese builder fund a host of mitigation measures, an environmental consultancy said.

The fiasco that is the Nicaragua Canal, explained - Vox

The fiasco that is the Nicaragua Canal, explained

The fiasco that is the Nicaragua Canal, explained - Vox

China’s Nicaragua Canal Could Spark a New Central America Revolution

China’s Nicaragua Canal Could Spark a New Central America Revolution

Many critics thought construction of a canal across Nicaragua never would begin. Now that it’s about to, they ask how it will end—and some are asking for guns to stop it.

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A New Canal Through Central America Could Have Devastating Consequences

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