Note: This is the 1997 edition of UNEP's Global Environment Outlook. If you are interested in more recent information, please see the 2000 and 2002 editions.

Table 2.6. Annual Internal Renewable Water Resources and Water Withdrawals in Selected European and CIS Countries

Annual Internal
Renewable Water
Resources(a)
Annual Withdrawals Sectoral Withdrawals
(percent) (b)
Total (cubic
kilometres)
1995
Per Capita
(cubic metres)
Year of
Data
Percentage of
Water Resources(a)
Per Capita
(cubic metres)
Domestic Industry Agriculture
Europe and CIS
Albania 21.3 6,190 1970 1 94 6 18 76
Austria 90.3 11,333 1991c 3 304 33 58 9
Belgium 12.5 1,236 1980 72 917 11 85 4
Estonia 17.6 11,490 1989 21 2,097 5 92 3
Iceland 168.0 624,535 1991c trace 636 31 63 6
Italy 167.0 2,920 1990 34 986 14 27 59
Lithuania 24.2 6,541 1989 19 1,190 7 90 3
Romania 208.0 9,109 1994 13 1,134 8 33 59
Russian Federation 4498.0 30,599 1991 3 790 17 60 23
Spain 111.3 2,809 1991c 28 781 12 26 62
Turkmenistan 72.0 17,573 1989 33 6,390 1 8 91
United Kingdom 71.0 1,219 1991c 17 205 20 77 3

Source:
WRI/UNEP/UNDP/WB (1996).

Notes:
a. Annual Internal Renewable Water Resources usually include river flows from other countries.
b. Sectoral percentages date from the year of other annual withdrawal data.
c. Data are from the early 1990s.