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As much as 59% of the Łódzkie Voivodeship is at a high or even extreme risk of agricultural drought. Due to the climatic and environmental conditions in central Poland, droughts there can be very intense during long periods without rainfall – a problem further exacerbated by the low availability of surface water resources. On 13 November, a discussion on how to resolve these issues was held in Łódź. This was the last such public consultation meeting of the year on drafting the Drought Effects Counteracting Plan (DECP).
Stop Drought! We invite everyone to join us at the public consultation session on drafting the Drought Effects Counteracting Plan (DECP) in Łódź on Wednesday (13/11).
When it comes to counteracting the effects of drought, then education, ecosystem services and ensuring natural water retention are just as important as large-scale investment projects. Such undertakings were discussed in Białystok on 6 November. It was the second-to-last meeting this year as part of the public consultations on drafting the Drought Effects Counteracting Plan (DECP).