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Service that covers, for households, or any other economic activity: the abstraction, impoundment, storage, treatment and supply of surface water and groundwater, as well as the collecting and wastewater treatment facilities that subsequently discharge into surface waters.
Direct or indirect benefit that man obtains from nature. Ecosystems, and more generally biodiversity, support and provide many services, called ecological or ecosystem services, which are sometimes classified as common and/or public good, often vital or useful services to human beings, other species and economic activities. These services include the self-maintaining services, supply services,
State of the soil or of an environment resulting from a lack of rain. It generally occurs when the amount of rain is significantly lower than seasonal norms, and this over a fairly long period.
Induced change in the dynamics of the biosphere by human activities, directly or not.