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Environment > Freshwater > Renewable internal freshwater resources > Total > Billion cubic meters: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Renewable internal freshwater resources flows refer to internal renewable resources (internal river flows and groundwater from rainfall) in the country.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Brazil 5,418 2008
2 Russia 4,313 2008
3 Canada 2,850 2008
4 Indonesia 2,838 2008
5 China 2,813 2008
6 United States 2,800 2008
7 Colombia 2,112 2008
8 Peru 1,616 2008
9 European Union 1,445.36 2008
10 India 1,260 2008
Emerging markets average (profile) 979.71 2008
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 956.14 2008
11 Democratic Republic of the Congo 900 2008
12 Chile 884 2008
13 Burma 880.6 2008
14 Papua New Guinea 801 2008
15 Venezuela 722.4 2008
Non-religious countries average (profile) 634.61 2008
16 Greenland 603 2007
17 Malaysia 580 2008
Religious countries average (profile) 566.17 2008
18 Australia 492 2008
19 Philippines 479 2008
20 Ecuador 432 2008
21 Japan 430 2008
Cold countries average (profile) 426.73 2008
22 Mexico 409 2008
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 407.22 2008
23 Norway 382 2008
24 Vietnam 366.5 2008
25 Madagascar 337 2008
26 New Zealand 327 2008
High income OECD countries average (profile) 323.97 2008
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 315.39 2008
South Asia average (profile) 310.6 2008
27 Bolivia 303.5 2008
Eastern Europe average (profile) 279.11 2008
28 Argentina 276 2008
29 Cameroon 273 2008
30 Guyana 241 2008
Former British colonies average (profile) 233.47 2008
31 Turkey 227 2008
32 Guinea 226 2008
33 Thailand 224.5 2008
34 Congo, Republic of the 222 2008
35 Nigeria 221 2008
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 205.17 2008
36 Liberia 200 2008
37 Nepal 198.2 2008
38 Laos 190.4 2008
39 Nicaragua 189.7 2008
40 Italy 182.5 2008
41 France 178.5 2008
NATO countries average (profile) 176.15 2008
42 Sweden 171 2008
43 Iceland 170 2008
Europe average (profile) 166.88 2008
44 Gabon 164 2008
45 Sierra Leone 160 2008
South and Central Asia average (profile) 154.58 2008
46 Panama 147.4 2008
47 United Kingdom 145 2008
48 Central African Republic 141 2008
failed states average (profile) 128.74 2008
49 Ethiopia 122 2008
50 Cambodia 120.6 2008
Muslim countries average (profile) 115.66 2008
51 Costa Rica 112.4 2008
52 Spain 111.2 2008
OPEC countries average (profile) 110.34 2008
53 Guatemala 109.2 2008
=54 Finland 107 2008
=54 Germany 107 2008
56 Bangladesh 105 2008
57 Mozambique 100.3 2008
58 Honduras 95.93 2008
59 Paraguay 94 2008
Former French colonies average (profile) 88.17 2008
60 Suriname 88 2008
61 Tanzania 84 2008
62 Zambia 80.2 2008
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 78.09 2008
63 Bhutan 78 2008
64 Cote d'Ivoire 76.84 2008
65 Kazakhstan 75.42 2008
66 Tajikistan 66.3 2008
67 Mali 60 2008
68 Uruguay 59 2008
69 Georgia 58.13 2008
70 Greece 58 2008
=71 Afghanistan 55 2008
=71 Pakistan 55 2008
=71 Austria 55 2008
Eurozone average (profile) 53.99 2008
74 Poland 53.6 2008
75 Ukraine 53.1 2008
European Union average (profile) 52.97 2008
76 Sri Lanka 50 2008
77 Ireland 49 2008
78 Kyrgyzstan 48.95 2008
79 South Africa 44.8 2008
80 Solomon Islands 44.7 2008
81 Romania 42.3 2008
82 Switzerland 40.4 2008
83 Uganda 39 2008
84 Cuba 38.12 2008
85 Portugal 38 2008
86 Croatia 37.7 2008
87 Belarus 37.2 2008
88 Bosnia and Herzegovina 35.5 2008
89 Iraq 35.2 2008
90 Mongolia 34.8 2008
91 Ghana 30.3 2008
92 Sudan 30 2008
93 Morocco 29 2008
94 Fiji 28.55 2008
95 Albania 26.9 2008
96 Equatorial Guinea 26 2008
97 Senegal 25.8 2008
=98 Dominican Republic 21 2008
=98 Bulgaria 21 2008
100 Kenya 20.7 2008
101 Slovenia 18.67 2008
102 El Salvador 17.75 2008
103 Latvia 16.74 2008
104 Uzbekistan 16.34 2008
105 Malawi 16.14 2008
=106 Belize 16 2008
=106 Guinea-Bissau 16 2008
108 Lithuania 15.56 2008
109 Chad 15 2008
110 Czech Republic 13.15 2008
111 Haiti 13.01 2008
112 Estonia 12.71 2008
113 Slovakia 12.6 2008
114 Burkina Faso 12.5 2008
115 Zimbabwe 12.26 2008
116 Belgium 12 2008
117 Togo 11.5 2008
118 Algeria 11.25 2008
119 Netherlands 11 2008
120 Benin 10.3 2008
121 Burundi 10.06 2008
122 French Polynesia 10 2008
123 Rwanda 9.5 2008
124 Jamaica 9.4 2008
125 Brunei 8.5 2008
126 Azerbaijan 8.12 2008
127 Syria 7.13 2008
128 Puerto Rico 7.1 2008
129 Armenia 6.86 2008
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 6.51 2008
130 Namibia 6.16 2008
=131 Denmark 6 2008
=131 Hungary 6 2008
=131 Somalia 6 2008
134 Lesotho 5.23 2008
135 Lebanon 4.8 2008
136 Tunisia 4.2 2008
137 Trinidad and Tobago 3.84 2008
138 Niger 3.5 2008
139 The Gambia 3 2008
140 Eritrea 2.8 2008
141 Mauritius 2.75 2008
142 Swaziland 2.64 2008
=143 Botswana 2.4 2008
=143 Saudi Arabia 2.4 2008
145 Sao Tome and Principe 2.18 2008
146 Oman 1.4 2008
147 Turkmenistan 1.36 2008
148 Comoros 1.2 2008
=149 Luxembourg 1 2008
=149 Moldova 1 2008
151 Cyprus 0.78 2008
152 Israel 0.75 2008
153 Jordan 0.68 2008
=154 Libya 0.6 2008
=154 Singapore 0.6 2008
156 Mauritania 0.4 2008
=157 Cape Verde 0.3 2008
=157 Djibouti 0.3 2008
159 United Arab Emirates 0.15 2008
160 Barbados 0.08 2008
161 Qatar 0.06 2008
=162 Antigua and Barbuda 0.05 2008
=162 Malta 0.05 2008
164 Maldives 0.03 2008
=165 The Bahamas 0.02 2008
=165 Saint Kitts and Nevis 0.02 2008
=167 Bahrain 0.0 2008
=167 Kuwait 0.0 2008

Citation

"Countries Compared by Environment > Freshwater > Renewable internal freshwater resources > Total > Billion cubic meters. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Food and Agriculture Organisation, AQUASTAT data. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Environment/Freshwater/Renewable-internal-freshwater-resources/Total/Billion-cubic-meters

Environment > Freshwater > Renewable internal freshwater resources > Total > Billion cubic meters: Countries Compared Map

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Interesting observations about Environment > Freshwater > Renewable internal freshwater resources > Total > Billion cubic meters

  • Brazil ranked first for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Hot countries in 2008.
  • Indonesia ranked first for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Muslim countries in 2008.
  • Russia ranked first for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Europe in 2008.
  • Canada ranked first for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Former British colonies in 2008.
  • Italy ranked first for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst European Union in 2008.
  • United States ranked third for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Christian countries in 2008.
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo ranked first for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 2008.
  • Bolivia ranked first for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Landlocked countries in 2008.
  • Colombia ranked first for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Former Spanish colonies in 2008.
  • Vietnam ranked first for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Former French colonies in 2008.
  • China ranked third for freshwater > renewable internal freshwater resources > total > billion cubic meters amongst Cold countries in 2008.
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