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Nicaragua suffers from a severe institutional and geographic vulnerability to natural disasters, which has been further intensified in the past decade due to the effects of global warming. In October 1998, Hurricane Mitch had a severe impact on Nicaragua's economic and environmental development....
This article critically assesses three ways in which trade might harm the environment. First, trade liberalization might exacerbate existing levels of resource depletion and environmental pollution. Second, open borders might allow companies to migrate to “pollution havens,” thus undermining...
The Three Gorges Dam in China, when complete, will be the largest dam in the world. International criticism regarding the economic and environmental viability of the project has also made it one of the world's most controversial development projects. Critics cite human rights violations,...
An existing United Kingdom–funded water project, located in the Usangu Plains of Tanzania, aims to understand the causes for dry season zero flows in the previously perennially flowing Great Ruaha River, which drains from the Usangu wetland. Studies reveal that the common explanation of...
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