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Aberdeen City Council

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… to be increased competition for water between households, agriculture, industry and the needs of the natural environment. Growth for the city will need to prioritise water efficiency to avoid increasing demands on water supply. Infrastructure – network connectivity and interdependencies. Energy, transport, water and ICT network support services are vital to local health, wellbeing and economic prosperity…

… degraded habitats may not be able to sustain productive land or water supply. This is the concern for all habitats and species in Aberdeen regardless of the level of protection afforded to them. However, the River Dee is protected by legislation as a Special Area of Conservation and climate change, in particular low rainfall, may alter the delicate ecological balance in the river. Species…

…, to local energy systems will help to keep them productive and secure in the long term. ► With the River Dee supplying much of the domestic water for Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, itself a protected river, it will be essential to conserve valuable water resources. Promote efficient water use during drier spells to reduce stress on water supply. Increase uptake of water efficiency appliances…


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