Water shortages and flooding as well as temperature rises and droughts due to climate change affecting population movement in Europe and elsewhere.

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Water shortages and flooding as well as temperature rises and droughts due to climate change affecting population movement in Europe and elsewhere.

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The source of this Wild Card: 
Neil Mundy,

Likelihood timeframe and scenario features : 
now-2025

Wild Card's description: 

Water shortages and flooding as well as temperature rises and droughts due to climate change would affect population movement in Europe and elsewhere. Areas for wine growing and other crops may begin to move to other countries such as UK. It would be useful to encourage a pan European strategy on sustainability and business continuity. Other ways to address this include: The development of a range of flood attenuation measures; Making full use of solar energy or hydro power or developing new plant and crop strains to survive and flourish in more hostile climates.

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