Right now, it would most likely be the European Union, rather than any single country, as they have a collection water law governing all member countries. Canada also has a comprehensive water law for the country. However, due to the arid dryness of the region, the UAE just proposed comprehensive water reforms. In contrast, each state in the U.S.A. is in charge of their own water conservation laws, or is under a regional authority, meaning the law is nowhere near as comprehensive.
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