Water conservation exam: Flemish water conservation student gets high marks

Flemishes water conservation students are taking a water conservation course, and the results have not gone unnoticed by authorities in the European Union, the Financial Times reports.

According to the article, the student from the city of Brabant, Belgium, took the course in September 2015 and received an 80% score.

The student, who is currently studying for a master’s degree in conservation management, said he would have liked to have been given a high score for his efforts in conservation.

He told the paper that the water conservation project was important for the city because of its natural resources.

“I had to pay attention to the water flow and the water temperature,” he said.

“I had been taking water from the water table every day.”

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