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This week, starting from 9 March, EUWI+ began a Facebook campaign on water and climate change.

With climate change, the water cycle is becoming even more unpredictable: higher temperatures are modifying rainfall patterns and leading to more extreme weather events, such as floods and droughts.

 

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With the impact of climate change on water, we will have to think and plan the way we use water even more carefully. This involves organising ourselves collectively in order to make the right decisions and preserve water resources, both for us and for our environment.

This is what integrated water resource management means: taking into account all uses and needs of water, including the needs of the environment, ecosystems and species.

In this campaign, Fisher acts as the voice of aquatic ecosystems and species, which we tend to overlook.

The Fisher campaign started in Ukraine, launched by the State Water Resources Agency, and includes the publication of tips to save and protect water resources every Monday.

 

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Fisher and climate change ©EUWI+

 

By the end of the EUWI+ project, 8 pilot river basins in the Eastern Partnership countries will have developed their first river basin management plan to help protect health, restore water resources, and adapt to risks (floods, droughts).

Elaborating this document is a long and participative process: everyone’s needs are taken into account (humans, economic development, and of course the environment).

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