Comenius:2009.02: Water management policy

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E.S.O. 4B: Romy, Juan José, Iris, Carlos, Luis

1st Newsletter Oct 2009 LdV

We're going to talk about water management. Which politics apply the different countries for the water's management regarding the abundant possibilities of water-consumption: domestic use, agriculture, tourism, energy, etc. We also are going to investigate if these politics are sustainable or not. Our targets are to find out:

  1. How international organizations, like UNESCO, solve water management problems.
  2. What are the economic, social, political and geographic consequences of water management.
  3. International agreements about water catchment and river basins; so which countries are self supporting and which countries depend on others. So, analyse the importance of cooperation between governments, private companies and civil organizations.

2nd Newsletter Nov 2009 LdV

We have been looking for information about different countries and places, such as Australia, Spain and Gaza, to compare the different ways they manage the water. We also want to explain and develop our information about the consequences of bad water management, on a world wide level.

Themes 2009/2010 in Lope de Vega, Spain:

01. Getting water | 02. Water management policy | 03. Population increase | 04. Deforestation | 05. Desertification | 06. Drought | 07. Human health | 08. Greenhouse effet | 09. Acid rain | 10. Melting of glaciers and poles | 11. Altered water cycle | 12. Conflicts for water