Deloitte, a leading management and strategy consulting company, has recently released a report showcasing a summary of the water sector by country. The report brings highlights regarding the water industry structure, infrastructure, finance and regulation information.
Additionally, Deloitte discuss the main challenges regarding the water sector in each of the countries covered. The costly projects to export water from Manitoba and Quebec to the US is one of the topics discussed in the material.
To download the full report, please click in the image below.
Today I was researching some interesting topics for the blog and I crossed many interesting facts and figures that I thought very interesting to post here! Did you know that:
Canada is home to approximately 60% of the world’s lakes?
Lake Karachay, Russia, is considered the most polluted lake in the world? It was used as a radioactive dumping ground for years.
the Caspian has characteristics common to both seas and lakes? It is often listed as the world’s largest lake, although it is not a freshwater lake.
Lake Titicaca in Peru is the highest navigable lake in the world? It is about 12,500 ft (3,810 m) above sea level. This lake is also South America’s second largest freshwater lake.
the lowest lake is the Dead Sea (it’s considered a lake but called a sea), which is in the Jordan Valley of Israel? The surface of the water is 1,340 ft (408 m) below sea level. Almost nothing can survive in it besides simple organisms like green algae.
Lake Superior is the largest of the Great Lakes and it’s also the freshwater lake that covers the greatest surface area in the world?
Lake Baikal is the world’s deepest lake and is located in Siberia, Russia, north of the Mongolian border? It is 5,369 ft (1,637 m) deep – more than one mile straight down.