Climate change adding to Iran’s worsening water woes

Financial Tribune – Iran’s water deficit is about 130 billion cubic meters. In the best case scenario and even with higher rainfall this year, this huge shortage cannot be fixed. Thus, reducing consumption is a must, says a deputy energy minister who also is director of the National Water and Wastewater Engineering Company of Iran (Abfa) said.

Qasem Taqizadeh Khamesi sounded the alarm Monday at the 6th Regional Conference on Climate Change in Tehran, IRNA reported.

“Climate change now is a serious issue all over the world. After 10 years of perpetual drought, 2017 was the driest in recent decades. From the beginning of 2018 we have had the highest amount of rainfall. This also is the result of climate change. The snowfall we had early this week is yet another bad sign because it is unusual to see snow in Iran in November,” he said.

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