France’s groundwater levels low but not worrying

Groundwater tables are lower than last year, aggravated by early summer heatwaves – but there is no need for worry, says France’s official geological survey body in a new report.

It comes despite seven communes in Corrèze, Limousin, bringing in water by tanker for 4,000 residents in ...

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