Man-made emissions is one of the reasons for extreme rainfall events in India. (Photo: IWP Flickr photos; photo for representation only)
A new hydrogel comes as a boon to drought-hit crops. (Photo: IWP Flickr photos; photo for representation only)
Mangar Bani, with its trees, plants, birds and animals, is an ecological hotspot but it is finding it hard to keep builders and land grabbers at bay. (Image: Pradip Krishen, Facebook)
Many illegal bottled water manufacturers exist in the market. (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
People became crippled in Balasore due to skeletal fluorosis. Image: FKAN
Agriculture needs to be made climate resilient. (Image Source: India Water Portal)
Farming sector has a lot to worry about.
School children during the workshop.
 Govind Ram Jat and his team from Rajasthan. (Pic courtesy: 101Reporters)
Landfills are a threat to the environment. (IWP Flickr photos; photo used for representation only)
River Rongyoung which is sacred to the Lepchas is not yet dammed.
Gottigere residents gather to clean the lake. (Pic courtesy: 101Reporters)
India’s forest cover stands at 21.54 percent while its dense forest cover is about 12.26 percent, as per the State of Forest Report, 2017. (Image: Tridib Choudhury, Wikimedia commons, CC BY SA-4.0)


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