Owing to global warming and temperature changes, the water bodies are getting dried, reducing the freshwater available. Water scarcity is a serious concern as freshwater reservoirs are depleting and drying out rapidly. With an increased demand over supply, India is one of the most water-stressed
Water is an essential element for the sustenance of all life, but owing to many reasons, the drinkable water resources have been declining quite rapidly for the past few years. The process of desalination has gained a certain significance under these circumstances. While there are
Global climatic patterns have been changing for a long time now. Various places across the globe have been bearing the brunt of this change through heavy rains, flash-floods, and scorching heat. A recent study by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has revealed
With rapidly changing climate and escalating global warming, studies have predicted that in 2040 a quarter of the world’s children will live in regions where clear and drinkable water is lacking. To combat such a crisis, the desalination of seawater and the purification of wastewater
The whole world is facing the intensifying water crisis and India is no exception. With a huge population having limited water resources, fluctuating rainfall patterns and rapidly depleting forest cover, it’s fitting to say that water scarcity is worsening in the Indian subcontinent. The supply
The freshwater crisis is a burning issue that the world needs to address before it’s too late. Water scarce regions in parts of Africa, China and India are already dealing with this problem. People in such parts have to walk an average of 3.7 miles
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.