According to a Danish scientist, forest conservation, agricultural development and poverty reduction are issues that are inextricably linked and therefore need to be tackled together.
The shortage of (ground)water is considerable. Yet the Dutch city of Eindhoven has been pumping up its groundwater surpluses for years to stay dry. Mary Fiers calls for a more sustainable solution.
With what has turned out to be another dry year so far, it seems that the water reservoir as a solution is more topical than […]
Over the past few weeks, you could smell it on a regular basis. The lovely smell of a heavy downpour after a warm sultry day. […]
According to meteorologists, the summer of 2020 could be the third summer of drought in a row. In Germany, the east and southeast will be […]
In the countryside of Murcia, Spain, Dutch company Bejo has built two huge basins at the end of a dried up trail of devastating mud […]
As the name suggests, the Netherlands is a low-lying country. As much as 26% is below sea level and 59% of the Dutch land surface […]