Water for Spain

Climatic change a driving force to reasses water use in a dry Spain.

If water was money, Spain would not be a rich country, rather the opposite, is increasingly becoming poorer due to climate change. Data published by the Center of studies and experimentation in Public Works (CEDEX) estimate a 8% reduction on Spanish aquiferes by 2040 and a 27% in 2100. The water stress (ratio between utilized resources and long term resources) is one of the highest in European Union, only exceeded by island nations such as Cyprus and Malta.

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