Brazil has the world’s largest renewable water resources in terms of totaling precipitation, recharged ground water and surface inflows from the surrounding countries. The nation has nearly twice the number of renewable internal freshwater resources as compared to Russia, which is positioned on the second place with 12-to-16% of the world’s total water supply. A huge proportion of water is available in sparsely inhabited areas including the Amazon. A small quantity of water can be traced in all the heavily populated areas in the northeast and southeast.
World Top Ten Renewable Fresh Water Available Countries
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Last Updated on: November 25, 2016