The advisor to the Minister of Energy in Iran says we consume 100 billion cubic meters of water annually

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The advisor to the Minister of Energy in Iran says we consume 100 billion cubic meters of water annually

The advisor to the Minister of Energy in Iran has stated that we have an annual water consumption of 100 billion cubic meters.

The advisor to the Minister of Energy in Iran has stated that we have an annual water consumption of 100 billion cubic meters in Iran, with approximately 90% used in the agricultural sector, 6% in the drinking sector, and the rest in the industrial sector.

Ali Akbar Kazemi, the advisor to the Minister of Energy, has said that dam construction, recycling, and other measures are necessary to preserve water, and this necessity should be made clear to the public.

Meanwhile, many observers criticize the dam construction process in Iran and consider it as one of the reasons for the drying up of lakes and wetlands in the country.

Furthermore, dam construction is recognized in many advanced countries as a destructive factor in environmental changes, the disappearance of plants and animals, and the loss of historical artifacts, and its construction is prevented.

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