NewEnergyNews: CLIMATE CHANGE MEANS MORE THIRSTY EUROPEANS

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    Friday, January 10, 2014

    CLIMATE CHANGE MEANS MORE THIRSTY EUROPEANS

    Climate change and population growth will cause an 80% rise in droughts by 2100, claim scientists

    Sarah Griffiths, 9 January 2014 (UK Daily Mail)

    “…New research by the European Commission predicts that water shortages will be made worse by population growth and increased demand…By the end of the century, southern Europe - including [the Iberian Peninsula, the south of France, Italy and the Balkans] - will have 80 per cent more droughts than at present [according to Ensemble projections of future streamflow droughts in Europe ]…Stream and river flow levels could fall by as much as 40 per cent in areas… Drought can have a serious economic and social impact and is thought to have cost Europe over €100billion (or £83billion) in the past three decades alone…The researchers predicted that southern Europe will probably be worst hit…Scientists have predicted that dry spells will be longer and more frequent and warned that the warming projected for Europe - particularly in its southern regions - is even stronger…Over the Iberian Peninsula, the average temperature is predicted to increase by up to 5°C…” click here for more

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