Climate change shows negative impact on Lake Ohrid


Climate change has a negative impact on the level of Lake Ohrid. The above-average temperatures for the month of November and the warm weather contribute to greater water evaporation, and according to ecologists, an additional problem on the other hand is that the lake is still used as an artificial reservoir with the primitive outlet in Struga and not the minimum permitted heights according to the legal regulations are respected.

Such oscillations can lead to damage to the coastal belt and the households on the lakeside.

Experts believe that it is necessary to provide a better and integrated approach to the management of water resources, both from the aspect of their preservation and from the aspect of their management and use.

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