Fri. Sep 30th, 2022

The worst and longest eruption in La Palma’s history has forced the mobilization of a volume of public resources and an unprecedented pace of reconstruction in Spain’s history of natural disasters to face an enormous task that has only just begun.

A year after the volcano erupted and nine months after it erupted, about 200 victims continue to live in hotels because they have nowhere else to stay and the sectors that drive the palm economy, agriculture and tourism, are still debating how they can recover. doing . These are some of the levels of volcanism that are roughly called tazogaite and their consequences.

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