A new conservation alert has gone out after it emerged that people in Bahrain use 252 litres of water a day on average. That is almost twice as much as people in Singapore, which is roughly the same size in terms of land mass, said a report in
Kuwaitis have the biggest ecological footprint, meaning they consume and waste more resources per head than any other nation, followed by Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, a report said on Tuesday.
"If all people on the pla
Major challenges lie ahead for global food industry as increasing urbanisation shrinks rural labour forces and non-renewable resources become more scarce, said an expert ahead of a major food expo in Abu Dhabi.
“As the world’s population i
Reckless consumers are wasting Bahrain's power and water supplies because heavy subsidies make them so cheap, a minister has declared.
The annual six per cent to 10 per cent growth in demand is 'far too much', compared to betwe
Bahrain MPS have accused the government of squandering millions of dinars on failing projects.
They were discussing the Financial Audit Bureau report for 2006, 2007 and 2008, which they claimed showed a number of discrepancies but without
Bahrain must reduce water consumption by implementing fiercer penalties, holding awareness campaigns and creating a comprehensive national strategy, say the experts.
Water consumption in Bahrain is about three times higher per capita than