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WC47 2009 Mckinsey Report: "Charting Our Water Future: A Useful Planning Tool?" by Arjun Thapan

WC47 2009 Mckinsey Report: "Charting Our Water Future: A Useful Planning Tool?" by Arjun Thapan

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2009 Mckinsey Report: "Charting Our Water Future: A Useful Planning Tool?" by Arjun Thapan
2009 Mckinsey Report: "Charting Our Water Future: A Useful Planning Tool?" by Arjun Thapan

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cnsey epor:cnsey epor:
Charting Our Water Future:Charting Our Water Future:
 A Useful Plannin Tool A Useful Plannin Tool
 
Special Senior Advisor (Infrastructure and Water) Office of the President 
 
 Aggregated global gap between existing accessible, reliablesupply
1
and 2030 water withdrawals, assuming no efficiency
6,900900
-40%CAGR2%
Billion m
3
, 154 basins/regions
 
Municipal&Domestic4,5001,500600
2,800100
4,200Groundwater700Agriculturen ustrySurface water3,1004,5003,500
Relevant supply quantity ismuch lower that theabsolute renewable wateravailability in nature
Basins withsurplusBasins withdeficitsExisting
accessible,
Existingwithdrawals
2
2030withdrawals
3
re a e,sustainable 
supply
1
1
 
Existing
 
supply
 
which
 
can
 
be
 
provided
 
for
 
at
 
90%
 
reliability,
 
based
 
on
 
historical
 
hydrology
 
and
 
infrastructure
 
investments
 
scheduled
 
through
 
2010;
 
net
 
of 
 
environmental
 
requirements2
 
Based
 
on
 
2010
 
agricultural
 
production
 
analyses
 
from
 
IFPRI3 Based on GDP o ulation ro ections and a ricultural roductions from IFPRI considers no water roductivit ains
 
 
between
 
2005
2030
 
 Aggregated global gap between existing accessible,reliable supply
1
and 2030 water withdrawals, assuming no
6,900900
-2%
 
Billion m
3
, 154 basins/regions
 
Agriculture
 
 
Municipal&Domestic4,5001,500600
2,800100
4,200Groundwater700
 
demand:
India
 
1,195
 
B
 
m
3
Sub
Saharan
 
Africa
 
820
 
B
 
m
3
AgricultureIndustrySurface water3,1004,5003,500800
Relevant supply quantity ismuch lower that theabsolute renewable wateravailability in nature
 
China
 
420
 
B
 
m
3
Basins withBasins with ExistingExisting
2
2030
3
,reliable,sustainable 
supply
1
1
 
Existing
 
supply
 
which
 
can
 
be
 
provided
 
for
 
at
 
90%
 
reliability,
 
based
 
on
 
historical
 
hydrology
 
and
 
infrastructure
 
investments
 
scheduled
 
through
 
2010;
 
net
 
of 
 
environmental
 
requirements2
 
Based
 
on
 
2010
 
agricultural
 
production
 
analyses
 
from
 
IFPRI3 Based on GDP o ulation ro ections and a ricultural roductions from IFPRI considers no water roductivit aiins
 
 
between
 
2005
2030

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