Turkey is on the path to suffer a major water crisis by the year 2030. The World Resources Institute recently published the 33 countries facing a water shortage with the Middle East leading the list. Turkey was listed as 27th. Here, citizens have access to 1,500 cubic meters of potable water per person daily. That allowance is expected to drop to 1,120 cubic meters by 2030. This drop would put Turkey in danger of being classified as a “water-poor” country.
Today’s Zaman explores the country’s need to raise awareness and determine solutions to prevent a major water crisis from occurring.
Read more here: Time for Turkey to face the water crisis