How Singapore is Innovating to Secure its Water Resources

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The City-State of Singapore is the fifth most likely country in the world to face extremely high water stress by 2040, according to the U.S.-based World Resources Institute. Singapore gets about half of its water from neighbouring Malaysia, according to local water experts, importing supplies from the Johor River under deals dating back to 1927. But the current import agreement is due to expire in 2061 – and the price Singapore pays for Malaysian water has been a source of friction between the neighbours for years. Read a full article on how Singapore is innovating here.

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