Climate change "may be" behind decline in river quality

The chemical quality of rivers in England and Wales declined in 1997 for the second successive year, according to figures released by the Environment Agency in August. The deterioration was particularly marked in the south and east - and may, the Agency says, be the result of climate change.

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