China has set aside $30 billion to work on water conservation in 2011. The money will go toward better irrigation systems and renovating water supply lines to extend to more rural areas. Two-thirds of China’s water supply is used for agricultural purposes, and apparently up to 45% of it evaporates, seeps out of irrigation systems, or is diverted (unsanctioned) before it gets to the crops. So, better water management and oversight of the irrigation systems and water supply lines will be beneficial to help China conserve the water it uses.
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