“Let’s say that you are building a bridge or a skyscraper: the usual thing is to build it with a tolerance to possible failures far above the possible efforts to which it may be subjected. Why? Because the consequences of a bridge or a skyscraper falling are so serious that you must be sure that this never happens, you need guarantees that it does not happen. I think that this same approach should be adopted when addressing local, regional and global ecological problems, but here we find a lot of resistance for the big

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