The importance of water need not be explained. It is the basis of life on the earth. Every corner of the planet has its own water resources fulfilling the needs of the masses. India, like any other country, is blessed with diverse and distinctive water
Clean potable water has become a commodity of luxury amid changing climatic conditions that has created water scarcity in so many regions across the world. India is notoriously known for its water pollution and emerging water crisis. However, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that
The impacts of climate change in the Himalayas are frighteningly real. The Himalayas is one of the world’s most sensitive hotspots to global climate change, with impacts manifesting at a particularly rapid rate. Changing glaciology of Himalayas amid climate change is pushing India towards water
In next 10 years India is likely to face sever water scarcity, according to a reply to a question in Loke Sabha by Minister of State for Water Resources, Sanwar Lal Jat.
India’s poor water management leading to groundwater depletion & wastage of 40 million liters sewer water
The dependence of India’s modern cities on groundwater resources is worrying experts working in the field of groundwater conservation and management.
The farmers in Gujarat seems to be a little relieved to know that they have something else to sell when they don’t enough crop or going through a dry phase. This year, Gujaraat farmers were able to sell the excess electricity generated by solar panels