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Publication Safe water and healthy water services in a changing environment
This report summarises existing knowledge of climate change impacts on water services and health; the nature and effectiveness of the policy response; and the coverage and gaps in existing assessments of these themes.
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Figure D source code Relative change in EAD
Relative change in annual expected damage (EAD)
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Figure Projected change in damage of river floods with a 100-year return period between 2071-2100 and 1961-1990
Note: Model calculation using the IPCC SRES scenario A2 and NUTS2 level.
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Highlight Flood risk in Europe: the long-term outlook
Floods in Central Europe have caused deaths and widespread property damage across parts of the Czech Republic, Germany and Austria. Such events are likely to increase in Europe for several reasons including climate change, according to recent assessments from the European Environment Agency (EEA).
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Highlight text/texmacs Disasters in Europe: more frequent and causing more damage
The number and impacts of disasters have increased in Europe in the period 1998-2009, a new report by the European Environment Agency (EEA) concludes. The report assesses the frequency of disasters and their impacts on humans, the economy and ecosystems and calls for better integrated risk disaster management across Europe.
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Figure Troff document People expected to be at risk of flooding without adaptation in the medium-long term
People expected to be at risk of flooding without adaptation in the medium-long term
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Figure Coastal flood damage potential
Damage potential of coastal flooding in Europe
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Figure Major flood disasters in the EU, Switzerland and Norway, 1950–2009
Major flood disasters according to flood types and spatial relevance
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Figure Normalised flood losses in Europe from major disasters
Losses from major flood disasters in Europe between 1970 and 2008
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Figure Riverine flood damage potential
This map presents riverine flood damage potential for a 100-year return period, current climate and no defences; catchments and sub-catchments of less than 500 km2 are not included
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