London: Europe is facing the worst drought in its 500-year history, which is causing difficulties in living conditions.
According to details, rivers and streams are drying up due to extreme heat and less than normal rainfall in Europe, the bad weather has also damaged the crops. A crisis has arisen, while forest fires have done the trick.
According to the report, the severe drought that has affected many regions of Europe since the beginning of the year will continue to spread and worsen until early August, with warmer and drier than normal conditions in the Mediterranean region of Western Europe expected to remain until November. Much of Europe has faced several weeks of baking temperatures this summer, fueling drought, forest fires, health warnings and climate change. Demands to take further steps have been emphasized.