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13 January, 16:51

What water use has decreased in Eastern Europe?

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  1. 13 January, 17:40
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    Water is unevenly distributed most of the water goes to farms so freshwater has decreased.
  2. 13 January, 18:01
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    The water use that has decreased in Eastern Europe is industrial use.

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    The use of water in Europe has been reduced as in many other countries due to the shortages of it, or the possibility of a shortage because of global warming. Around 88.2 % of freshwater use (drinking and other uses) in Europe comes from rivers and groundwater, while the other uses including the industrial one come com reservoirs, this sources may nos be constant or granted in the future and because of terms of preservation and economy, these uses have been reduced in volume.
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