Inefficient agricultural techniques, heavy subsidies for water and a lack of long term planning have left Iran's fresh water supplies dangerously low. As summer begins several major Iranian cities plan to implement rationing schemes, but experts caution the situation is likely to get much worse in the years to come. Here is where Iran fits into the global picture of water stress and consumption.


Source: World Resources Institute and waterfootprint.org | The Washington Post June 27, 2014
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