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File City of five seas: Environmental Atlas of Europe — Russia
Nizhny Novgorod has a population of 1.3 million and is one of Russia's most important industrial cities. Its process manufacturing plants are heavily reliant on water, supplied from the Volga River and one of its tributaries, the Oka. The region's drinking water also comes from the Upper Volga Basin.
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Highlight How vulnerable could your city be to climate impacts?
Climate change will affect Europe's cities in different ways. To give an overall impression of the challenge for European cities to adapt to climate change, the European Environment Agency (EEA) has published a series of detailed interactive maps, allowing users to explore data from more than 500 cities across Europe.
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Publication Urban adaptation to climate change in Europe
Challenges and opportunities for cities together with supportive national and European policies
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Figure D source code Number of people affected by flooding per million population in the WHO European Region
Number of people affected by flooding per million population in the WHO European Region (annual average 2000–2011). ‘People affected’, as defined in EM-DAT, are people who require immediate assistance during a period of emergency, including displaced or evacuated people. EM-DAT/CRED and the Dartmouth Flood Observatory were analysed to determine the flooded countries in the WHO European Region and the impact of these floods.
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Figure Recurrence of flood events in Europe between 1998-2005
Note: In producing this map, satellite images of the flooded areas were examined and used as a basis for mapping the major river catchments affected by flooding during the period 1998-2005
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Figure River catchments affected by flooding (1998-2005)
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Figure Occurrence of flood events in Europe 1998-2008
The map shows the number of flood events in Europe from 1998 to 2008
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Figure Modelled number of people flooded across Europe's coastal areas in 1961-1990 and in the 2080s
The map shows the modelled number of people flooded across Europe's coastal areas
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Figure European coastal lowlands most vulnerable to sea level rise
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Highlight Climate change and flood risk in European cities
Increased flooding is likely to be one of the most serious effects from climate change in Europe over coming decades. Some of the conditions which may contribute to urban flooding are highlighted in an Eye on Earth map from the European Environment Agency (EEA).
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