The current political context challenges any effort to strengthen the socio-ecological governance of large-scale infrastructure, but it also presents opportunities. A new agenda for infrastructure governance is urgently needed to better account for these costs and enhance the likelihood that infrastructure investment in tropical environments recognizes socio-ecological realities and enhances the resilience of socio-ecological systems.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
‘Tradescapes’ in the forest: framing infrastructure’s relation to territory, commodities, and flows
Article published in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability