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From Jolie Moi - Crafted from a floral lace bonded fabric, this elegant 40s inspired frock features a gathered surplice bodice edged in a foldover collar that dips into pretty twin points in the back. Fully lined for comfort and finished with a concealed zip fastening. Length 102cm shoulder neck point to hem.
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    10th Red Nation Film Festival Awards Show Event Title presents: “HOLLYWOOD AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKLIST”

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    Knee Deep in 1st Year PhD Reading- Spain’s Desal Gone Bust, at a Glance

    In this early part of my PhD I have been and will continue to spend the majority of my time leafing through the academic literature, getting the lay of the land and hunting out my little niche. All the while I’m trying to connect all the new bits back to what most interests me practically and empirically about my subject. What’s most satisfying is the moment you come across a paper which chimes with an interesting news story or policy wonkiness you recently found, both helping to clarify and flesh out the other.

    That’s why I’m so keen right now to give my take on a recent story from Spain- the bubble’s burst for its desal . The short of it is that Spain (supported by a tranche of EU funds) has already spent €1.8 billion (of a projected €2.5 billion total cost) constructing a fleet of desalination plants (51 approved plants) to provide a more climate secure national source of water, but with the recent implosion of public funds and rising energy prices the whole enterprise has stopped dead in its tracks. Desalination is a subject I’ve brushed with previously , and one I plan to revisit frequently. Spain too, has come up a lot in my recent desk research and I have a feeling it may even up providing a case study or two. It combines a few essential ingredients to pique my interest- a lot going politically and economically (federalist with lots of regionalism and nationalism, forefront of the austerity battles and the EU sovereign debt crisis, a significant asymmetry between electricity and water markets, etc.), a set of environmental conditions lending itself to my research (water resource scarcity, likely increasing aridity, etc.) and ample Nexus examples (from municipal utility management to desalination).

    There are a number of really intriguing points to this story. Thus far this is the biggest single push for desalination I’ve yet come across, by a wide margin. The plant in the coverage (in Torrevieja) alone has the capacity to produce 220 million cubic metres a day, largest in the world. All that has come through an industry under public ownership and management in stark contrast to a liberalised electricity market, with prices for the former kept low and the latter rapidly rising. Then there’s the fact that 80% of of Spain’s water goes to agriculture, and that both farmers and consumers are deeply opposed to any rise in their water costs. Several of the commentators from the piece argue that this is much a more political set of challenges than economic (i.e. toxic for politicians for consumer costs to rise in a terrible economic climate and go up against a powerful agricultural coalition).

    Whether or not due to the original planning or the execution this seems text book disastrous policymaking. Desalination has a whole hell of a lot to do with relative water and electricity prices, to go down that road you generally want a rise in the first and fall in the second. Desal water just generally isn’t economic against more conventional sources yet, and more importantly if you have both wholesale and retail electricity prices dramatically rising without any significant water parallel the case for desal all but falls apart. At this early stage energy inputs are likely to play a significant part in operation and maintenance , especially in otherwise depressed economic circumstances. The state-run element of the water industry could potentially have unto itself hampered all the efforts- when budgets got tight and the overspend fell away the incumbent inertia just may have and may continue to slow or even limit the innovation and change needed (this isn’t just the potential case for public owned natural monopolies, as likely in a liberalised utility market which tend toward consolidation of a few large incumbent firms and high costs to market entry).

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