Vital ecosystems being damaged by water use
The energy, transport, planning and food sectors must work together to prevent "indispensable" EU habitats being further damaged as a result of unsustainable water use, warns the European Environment Agency (EEA)More than 60% of Europe’s rivers and lakes, and 80% of coastal habitats have an “unfavourable conservation status”, confirms the EEA in its latest report. The agency also says that less than half are
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