Water Policy in Spain
There are more droughts and floods in Spain for the very same reason, according to the second report that was presented. The reason behind this development is mismanagement in three areas: The response of the authorities has not been satisfactory, according to the expert, because they are not adapting to the problem and the increased risks. According to the study, these infrastructures do not work and create a false sense of security and referenced a piece of European legislation adopted in that says that floods cannot be prevented completely, only the effects can be minimised.
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Add to Wish List. Description Reviews Contents Editors Subjects. Description Though the modern Spanish State was formed in the mid Fifteenth Century, historical records show that water works, statues, and the utilization of water dates back to centuries BC. The Bookshelf application offers access: Scope for water savings is substantial, especially in agriculture, where much irrigation water generates little value-added.
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The government has subsidised the use of more efficient irrigation technology at considerable budgetary cost, which has contributed to a modest reduction of water use in irrigation in recent years. The participatory approach in water policy governance should be extended further to stakeholders beyond the irrigation community, to include more scientists or representatives of institutions protecting local ecosystems Low water prices, combined with the free allocation of water concessions, still hamper an efficient use of water resources.
Water prices will need to rise further so as to reflect service provision costs in full as well as the scarcity and environmental costs of water abstractions. Steps to better take into account water scarcity should include the progressive inclusion of market instruments, such as the tendering of water concessions as well as the elimination of some barriers to the exchange of such concessions among users.
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