Climate change altering the face of water policies

Water is deeply affected by climate change, with flooding, drought and scarcity increasingly threatening areas across Europe. Nadia Weekes asks what it means for EU water policy.

With extreme weather events expected to escalate over the next few years, the cost of dealing with their aftermath is a rising concern. While developing countries will bear the brunt of the damage, Europe is not immune. Are EU member states and companies ready to take up the challenge? Are they receiving enough support from EU institutions?

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