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Conservation Strategy Fund’s Smart Infrastructure Series communicates our expertise in sustainable infrastructure development around the world. In this series, our team of expert economists share their advice on balancing development with the conservation of healthy ecosystems for short and long-term social, economic, and environmental well-being.  Brazil to Rebuild a Highway Through the Amazon, but At What Cost? 
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Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF) and Wildlife Conservation Society Bolivia (WCS) are currently working to provide technical guidance on the development of a mitigation hierarchy in the Bolivian transportation sector (Jerarquía de Mitigación - JdM).
From all of us here at CSF, we want to say thank you! As we look back on what has been an incredibly difficult year, we know one thing is certain: without your support, we wouldn’t have been able to accomplish so much. Your support powered our work and helped us to continue our important conservation efforts around the world. To celebrate all CSF achieved this year, we want to share some of our major highlights from 2020:
Alfonso Malky, Director Técnico de CSF para América Latina, participó del Primer Congreso Internacional sobre Amazonia peruana: investigación para el desarrollo, perspectivas y retos, llevado a cabo del 23 al 27 de noviembre.
Um estudo recente desenvolvido pela Conservação Estratégica revelou algumas questões em relação à viabilidade econômica de 75 projetos rodoviários planejados na bacia Amazônica.
Un estudio hecho por Conservación Estratégica descubrió algunas cosas sobre la viabilidad económica de 75 proyectos viales planificados en la cuenca amazónica.
Watch the latest video from our economic video series, where we present the findings from our most recent study, "A better Amazon road network for people and the environment."
Sarah Chiles and Kim Bonine at The ICOET Conference. Photo Credit: Anonymous