It’s one of Europe’s last pristine rivers. Can scientists save it from 50 dams?

The Alder forest surrounding the Upper Neretva. Photograph: Vladimir Tadić

The Neretva, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is one of the most biodiverse rivers on the continent – supporting bears, wolves, lynx and many rare species – but more than 50 planned dams could permanently transform the ecosystem.

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