China is assessing necessary policies to cope with their water shortage. These policies do, however, entail detrimental international implications; something which should not go unnoticed.
The northern regions of China and China’s major cities are having dire levels of water scarcity, and, needless to say, China is deploying the necessary measures to cope with these shortages. Besides its South-to-North Water Diversion Project (SNWDP), China is also conducting projects in trans-boundary rivers, leading to direct consequences for lower-riparian regions and countries. Read More
Courtesy: The Times of India