In Peru, an ambitious project to improve river transport and infrastructure between the Huallaga, Marañon, Ucayali and Amazon rivers has sparked a fierce debate, pitting state institutions, local governments, conservation and indigenous organizations against each other. Leslie Forsyth, director of our Peruvian partners FNI, explores what sparked this controversy, and asks – is this project really as beneficial as advertised?

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