Pakistan: Islamabad feels strains of country's impending water crisis

«Groundwater mining is going at a very alarming rate. And I know especially in the urban areas, like Islamabad, the ground water is going down very rapidly and we need to develop small damns on the upstream sites of the small streams which are very abandoned in this area.» Islamabad residents queued for water on Monday following what is thought to be Rawal Lake's worst drought in decades... Еще. Director Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) Dr. Manzoor Ahmed Malik explained that groundwater resources are going down rapidly, especially in urban areas such as Islamabad. «The ground water is going down very rapidly and we need to develop small damns on the upstream sites of the small streams which are very abandoned in this area», he explained.

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