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Europe is recovering from last year's severe drought thanks to this spring's rain. But under the ground, aquifers are still at a very low level.
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A heated dispute over water is rippling through Auvergne, central France. While communities are facing water use restrictions, fingers point at multinational group Danone, accused of drying up water tables with far-reaching implications for the region's ecosystem.
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Water consumption is outstripping supply. This map shows the regions most at risk of shortages.
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