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Drought and tourism, closed showers and eco-sustainable beaches: this is how operators face water scarcity

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Drought and tourism, closed showers and eco-sustainable beaches: this is how operators face water scarcity

“Save water, take a shower with a friend”, he urged Mae West. An advice that never seems wise as in these days. The drought is gripping the country and the storms of the last few days have served very little. Agriculture pays the highest price, of course. But how is the tourism sector facing the shortage of the precious liquid, while from North to South mayors issue more or less severe ordinances to limit beach showers and other “unnecessary” uses?

In Liguria, no showers on the beach

Liguria is one of the most affected regions,

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