It was a lie

That the renewables were expensive and expensive the receipt of the light was a lie. But the regime’s press turned that slogan into a mantra, and by dint of repeating it, it was fixed in the collective subconscious of this country. Now, as it is becoming increasingly difficult to point…

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The Xunta reacts late and badly with the drought in Vigo

Waiting for the Ministry of Environment to lower the ecological flow, despite the level of alert in the Galicia Costa-Aguas de Galicia basin. The drought alert level already affects six rivers in the Galicia Costa-Aguas de Galicia basin, which is directly managed by the government headed by Alberto Núñez Feijoo.…

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The closing of key illegal wells to ensure water in the drought

Greenpeace is committed to closing the more than one million illegal wells scattered throughout Spain, keeping aquifers in good condition and regenerating wastewater, as keys to ensure supply and irrigation in situations of severe drought, such as the current one, in which the reservoirs barely exceed 37% of their capacity.

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Climate change at the foot of the field: A farmer tells you

Climate change has been a constant in the news day after day. Experts in it are consulted daily by the media, that if the drought, that if the temperature rise, the melting of ice from the poles. Naturists, biologists, economic experts, in short, a great variety of scientists. That is…

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More than 70% of Spain, at risk of becoming desert

The areas susceptible to desertification are arid, semi-arid and dry sub-humid areas, (ie those areas where the annual precipitation ratio is between 0.05 and 0.65). Thus, according to the established definition, large areas of Spanish geography are potentially affected by the desertification process. In fact, more than two thirds of…

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