Idioma:

smart energy + transportation infrastructure

Infrastructure investments in remote areas can transform landscapes and watersheds, unleashing irreversible, destructive change. Projects' impacts vary considerably and their approval is dependent on small groups of public decision-makers. Investments, especially remote roads, are often economically inefficient and usually have unnecessarily large environmental and social impacts. These characteristics - variable quality, concentrated decision-making, economic flaws and design shortcomings - add up to a big conservation opportunity, one in which good economic analyses can be influential. CSF's Smart Energy + Transportation Infrastructure program provides training to conservationists and decision-makers, as well as comprehensive cost-benefit analyses of infrastructure projects, such as dams and roads. Keen understanding of these projects at multiple levels of society will result in better decisions and large-scale conservation gains.

Análisis económico y ambiental de carreteras propuestas dentro de la Reserva de la Biosfera Maya

Número de la série: 
8

Custos e benefícios do complexo hidrelétrico Belo Monte: Uma abordagem econômico-ambiental

Número de la série: 
4

Beneficios y costos del mejoramiento de la carretera Charazani - Apolo

Número de la série: 
14

Efectos de los proyectos de energia y transporte en la expansion del cultivo de soja en la cuenca del rio Madeira

Número de la série: 
7

Tenosique: análisis económico-ambiental de un proyecto hidroeléctrico en el Río Usumacinta

Número de la série: 
10
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