World Policy On Air, Ep. 30: "Nicaragua's Big Dig"

World Policy On Air is a podcast from the pages and website of World Policy Journal.
On today’s episode, Ted Andersen discusses the historical and environmental implications of the Nicaraguan Canal, the world’s largest civil engineering project. The endeavor has courted controversy from its very conception due to expectations that construction will limit civilian access to fresh water, relocate endangered species, and usurp land from indigenous populations.
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