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Chances are you've never heard of the Coca Codo Sinclair Dam. It's a project that was designed to supercharge renewable energy in Ecuador. Instead, it brought oil spills, flash floods, corruption, and crippling debt.
In the second half of our two-part series on Ecuador's Amazon, we're examining how the ill-advised dam continues to plague indigenous communities years after it was inaugurated.
In this episode:
Sigrid Vasconez (@sigridvasconez), an environmental biologist working with Curbing Corruption (@CurbingCorruptn).
Part 1: Escaping coronavirus in Ecuador's Amazon
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