Middle East and North Africa

Water scarcity is a growing problem across the Middle East. Is this how we solve it?

The most water-scarce region in the world is the Middle East and North Africa, where 60% of people have little or no access to drinking water Image: REUTERS

Ibrahim Al-Zu'bi

Chief Sustainability Officer, Majid Al Futtaim Holding

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