According to a number of reports, yesterday July 4th, the Nicaraguan government representatives ruled in favor and approved a plan to build an Interoceanic Canal. This is great news but before we get carried away there are a number of factors to consider.
How will this affect our wild life? Once they figure out which route they want to use on the Atlantic side, they’ve pretty much set the Pacific side to be Brito, right in the middle of our 2 major surf zones. So how will this affect the natural current on the Pacific side?
This is just such a vast project, it’s hard to wrap my head around it and its possible impact on my little country economy, its people and it’s wildlife.