Liwa Strategic Water Reserve: Abu Dhabi unveils record-breaking sub-desert water reserve in bid to boost climate resilience

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The world's largest manmade water reserve is designed to tackle escalating water security risk in the Gulf state - CREDIT: Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority
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The world's largest manmade water reserve is designed to tackle escalating water security risk in the Gulf state - CREDIT: Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority

Reservoir is hailed as 'breakthrough sustainable engineering feat' as UAE seeks to combat water supply risk

The 'world's largest' manmade water reserve was officially opened today in Abu Dhabi, as the switch was flicked on a giant underground reservoir designed to tackle escalating climate risks in the Gulf...

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