Drought in Spain – ruins “spring” from dried up dams, poor harvests threaten Europe’s food

Drought in Spain – ruins “spring” from dried up dams, poor harvests threaten Europe’s food

The ruins of towns submerged decades ago have resurfaced in Spain in recent weeks. The reason is the drought that is plaguing the country and which has led to the reduction of water in the dams to a dangerous minimum. Artificial water bodies are filled to an average of 35% of their capacity, the lowest …

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