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United Nations identifies 17 countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are below the water poverty line. The MENA region is home to 6% of the world’s population but less than 1% of its drinking water, according to the World Bank, which estimates that water scarcity could shave between 6% and 14% from the region’s gross domestic product by 2050. The solution to this potential crisis is to build more desalination plants, which turn sea water into fresh water for drinking, cleaning and irrigation. About 300 million people across the globe survive thanks to these plants, with Saudi Arabia being the country where the largest amount of desalinated drinking water is consumed.

    
MEGATRENDS AND INNOVATIONS  24/10/2018
 
THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA: THE SPECTRE OF DROUGHT
 

Desalination treatment that makes sea water drinkable is the hope for the future

 

    
INSIDE INFRASTRUCTURE  24/10/2018
 
JFK: BIG PLANS FOR NEW YORK CITY’S AIRPORT
 

By 2015, New York’s airport will be completely rebuilt

 


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