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Publication chemical/x-pdb Territorial cohesion and water management in Europe: the spatial perspective
This report considers the links between water management in the EU — especially the implementation of the Water Framework Directive (WFD) — and territorial cohesion (1), in the perspective of spatial analysis (2) and spatial planning (3). It looks at the role of spatial analysis and planning for the implementation of the Directive as well as related provisions such as the Floods Directive and the development and implementation of River Basin Management Plans (RBMPs). It considers links between Regional Policy (4) and water management in the EU, including the lessons from a spatial perspective. It further looks at cross‑country cooperation, a key element of both the WFD and territorial cohesion and finally considers future challenges for implementation of the Directive and the development of RBMPs, in particular considering the spatial context.
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Figure Potential growth in renewable energy relative to 2005
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Figure Water productivity and water exploitation in EU river basins and river basin districts, 2007
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Figure Gross value added of water consumed in irrigated agriculture in Spain, 2001–2002
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Figure Evolution of water abstractions, value added and employment in water-intensive industries in Sweden's river basin districts, 2000–2005
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Data Waterbase - Water Quantity
Waterbase is the generic name given to the EEA's databases on the status and quality of Europe's rivers, lakes, groundwater bodies and transitional, coastal and marine waters, and on the quantity of Europe's water resources
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Highlight Managing water and human activities together
River basins, lakes, floodplains and marshes often span political and administrative boundaries. This creates challenges in the management of Europe's water resources, according to a report from the European Environment Agency (EEA), which recommends better integration of coordinated spatial planning and water management.
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Figure Water exploitation index — towards a regionalised approach
Water Exploitation Index in the smallest available data disaggregation
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Figure Trends in nitrogen surpluses on agricultural land and gross value added (GVA) of the agricultural sector in 18 EU Member States
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Article Water in the city
With population growth, urbanisation and economic development, the demand for freshwater in urban areas are increasing throughout Europe. At the same time, climate change and pollution are also affecting the availability of water for city residents. How can Europe's cities continue providing clean freshwater to their residents?
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