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Spain announces a 1.4 billion-euro deal to help protect the prized Doñana wetland from drying up

  • Spain's government and the southern Andalusia region have signed an agreement to protect the endangered Donana wildlife reserve, ending a two-year dispute.
  • Farmers in five towns near Donana will be compensated for stopping irrigating and converting land to forest or adopting rain-fed or sustainable crops.
  • The deal includes a 1.4 billion euro investment in water management, conservation, biodiversity restoration, and compensating farmers.
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