“The water had a price”, RTVE documentary on water resources.

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A team has moved to the Valle del Almanzora, Almeria, that 50 years has grown from a desert to the orchard of Europe.

The climate summit in Paris has made 195 countries have adopted the first global agreement to tackle global warming. The aim of the pact is that the temperature does not rise more than two degrees Celsius globally by the end of this century. However, the emission reduction targets should be set for each country individually are not binding, leaving the door open to multiple interpretations of emission quotas.

In the documentary this week, We have placed emphasis on the effects of climate change on an essential resource and it can not be made: Water. To illustrate, our team has moved to the Valle del Almanzora, Almeria, that 50 years has grown from a desert to the orchard of Europe; and also visited Doñana, one of the most important wetlands in the world. Both sites, the difficult balance between sustainability and economic interests depends on the proper management of water.

You can see it by following the link:

http://www.rtve.es/television/20151214/agua-tenia-precio/1273522.shtml