European Commission researchers have warned that drought in most regions of the European Union has reached its worst level since the 19th century.
a senior researcher at the European Commission’s Joint Research Council. Andrea Toretti said “Right now it’s looking like the worst year in 2016 years and it’s 1199 is even worse than last 500 years Looking at the list, there have been no similar events since four years ago given the intensity of the hot and dry weather.” Dry and hot weather affected central and northern Europe, with production of major crops falling by 45 percent occurred, but humid conditions in southern Europe saw higher yields.”
He added that this year, in contrast, much of Europe suffered from heat waves and dry weather. Is. Droughts are affecting food production, energy, drinking water and wildlife.