STOP DROUGHT! INCREASING WATER AVAILABILITY IN SZCZECIN THROUGH NATURAL RETENTION

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In terms of available surface water resources, the Zachodniopomorskie Voivodeship has the second lowest level in Poland. During public consultations on the Drought Effects Counteracting Plan (DECP) draft, held on 8 October in Szczecin, actions taken by the State Water Holding Polish Waters aimed at improving this situation were discussed.

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STOP DROUGHT! EDUCATION IS A KEY FACTOR IN THE FIGHT AGAINST DROUGHT EFFECTS

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Educational activities were the main topic of the nationwide public consultation meeting on the Drought Effects Counteracting Plan (DECP) draft, which was held in Kraków. During the meeting, it was emphasized that it is vital to identify pro-ecological actions to be undertaken. The State Water Holding Polish Waters encourages everyone to participate in the subsequent meetings and invites anyone interested in the topic to submit applications and comments to the DECP project.

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STOP DROUGHT! UP TO A THIRD OF THE LUBELSKIE VOIVODESHIP IS THREATENED BY A HYDROLOGICAL DROUGHT

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Hydrological drought is a serious threat for up to a third of the Lubelskie province of Poland. During the public consultation on the Drought Effects Counteracting Plan (DECP) draft, which took place on 30 September in Lublin, it was noted that apart from actions aimed at improving water storage capabilities, issues like better management of water facilities and hydro-technical devices should also receive attention.

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