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Report: imminent shortage of drinking water from Meuse due to climate change


Climate change could lead to a shortage of drinking water from the Meuse in the near future. In almost all calculated scenarios there are more frequent periods in which less water flows through the Meuse. That is a risk to the drinking water supply in the Netherlands and Belgium and that is ‘worrying’.

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