Achieving a Sustainable Water Sector in the GCC | PWC and Strategy& (Formerly Booz & Co)
For policymakers in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC),1 water sustainability is a major challenge. On a per capita basis, GCC countries consume considerably more water than the world average, despite the fact that most of these countries get little rain and have low levels of groundwater. The imbalance between supply and demand is not helped by policies that keep these countries’ citizens from being aware of, let alone having to pay for, any wasteful water consumption habits.
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