Fuente: EEA, www.eea.europa.eu/
«Water in Europe means life, health, food, leisure, energy and more
Europe’s freshwater and marine resources may seem limitless but they are under increasing pressure from pollution, over-exploitation and climate change. The European Environment Agency’s (EEA) Signals 2018 explores the state and trends of Europe’s waters, asking how we can ensure healthy rivers, lakes, groundwater resources and seas for future generations.
The new ‘EEA Signals 2018 – Water is life’ gathers latest assessments and data to explore what is the state and future of Europe’s waters. The report argues that, to ensure clean and healthy lakes, rivers and seas, we need to fundamentally change the way we use and treat water. To support this change, the European Union has put in place a number of policies to improve water quality and reduce pressures on Europe’s water bodies.
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