Spearhead Special Report – Pakistan’s Water Crisis

Spearhead Special Report: Pakistan's Water Crisis‘One of the most water-stressed countries in the world, not far from being classified as water scarce’, Pakistan faces an existential threat- one that could potentially hobble its already modest economic growth. In a country where growth is largely driven by agriculture, a shortage of water could have serious ramifications. Pakistan’s storage capacity, ideally recommended to hover around 1,000 days given its climate, stands at a meager 30-day supply.  With water availability on the decline and high rates of population growth, Pakistan appears to be destined to make the transition to a water scarce country.

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