ANPPhoto for illustration: a farmer irrigates his land.
Thanks to a wet spring, the groundwater level in the Netherlands is reasonably up to standard. Nevertheless, experts see how the Netherlands is becoming increasingly dehydrated and that should not be necessary if the use of water is looked at more closely. Hydrologist Gé van den Eertwegh advises the government and is an expert in the field of groundwater. He moves into the studio.
It is one of the biggest headaches of our time: the asylum crisis. Historian Leo Lukassen and sociologist Ruud Koopmans, both experts on the theme of asylum migration, look back on Dutch asylum policy since the Second World War. They then discuss the possible ways out of this crisis.