Prioritise sustainable water management now

FREQUENT water supply disruptions, if prolonged and not tackled seriously, can jeopardise not only our health but Malaysia’s economy and future.

Degradation in water quality can also cause adverse effects in the agricultural sector. It’s a vicious cycle: agricultural run-off containing fertilisers causes eutrophication (excessive algal and plant growth) in bodies of water, which in turn can taint such sources of potable water needed for agriculture.

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