Bijoy Mohan of the Business Times in Singapore looks at how the country is innovating the way they deal with the water cycle. The National Water Agency of Singapore focuses on conservation at all four stages in the water life cycle: collection, treatment, distribution, and reclamation. Authorities looking at ways to implement technology at each stage of the water life cycle. Mohan also focuses on how innovators shouldn't be the only players in the water conservation process, but government authorities, consumers, trade players and private organizations need to all pitch in to create successful water conservation in Singapore.
What do you think? Do more countries need to have a National Water Agency? What an other countries learn from Singapore about their continuing innovative efforts to conserve water?