The infrastructure determinant as a part of adaptive capacity is described through 3 indicators: density of roads networks, number of hospitals beds and sustainable water use index values resulting in 5 classes and presented per NUTS 3 unit
Calculated as normalised average of indicators on density of roads networks,
number of hospitals beds and sustainable water use index values.
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This way you can cut your water consumption by a third! Pause the water flow when soaping and avoid long showers. A shower uses about 30 to 80 litres, while a bath uses 150 to 200 litres of precious water. Install low-flow shower heads and think before buying a power shower.
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