Informing children about environmental pollution
Children are important stakeholders in bringing about change, say experts
Time is running out on climate action (Image: Maxpixel)
Heat waves, extreme weather events and climate change
Increased heatwave conditions are more prominent in central and northern India
Heat waves sweep across India (Image: Maxpixel, CC0 Public Domain)
Water for all, still a dream?
Lack of governance and six toothless irrigation acts have done very little to change the water situation on the ground in Maharashtra, argues water expert Pradeep Purandare.
Peanut irrigation in India (Image Source: Seratobikiba via Wikimedia Commons)
MatiKalp: A low-cost solution for safe drinking water
Low cost water filter, to improve access to safe drinking water can greatly help in improving health among vulnerable populations.
Meenadevi driking water from the low cost filter (Image Source: Sehgal Foundation)
Prioritize equitable health to build well-being in societies for a healthier, fairer, and greener world: WHO
Every year 13 million lives are lost due to avoidable environmental causes
South-East Asia has the highest number of deaths related to climate change (Image: Mohamed Hassan, Pixabay)
Water sustainability assessment of Gurugram
Achieving water use optimization and efficiency in India's upcoming residential townships
The guidelines developed by Mahindra-TERI CoE can play a pivotal role in aiding townships to move on the path of becoming net water positive (Image: Eatcha, Wikimedia Commons)
Sensitisation and awareness - for WASH behavior change
Simple, low cost and locally made systems for washing hands can go a long way in motivating people to adopt regular WASH practices.
Communicating, for WASH behaviour change (Image Source:  	Biswarup Ganguly via Wikimedia Commons)
Water in the cloud?
IoT-Cloud based water monitoring enables to build up ESG compliances, reduces water footprint
A real-time monitoring system based on IoT can be highly effective in fulfilling water needs, saving water cost, energy cost and reducing water footprint. (Image: Piqsels)
Options for flood risk reduction
How participatory is participatory flood risk mapping? Voices from the flood-prone Dharavi slum in Mumbai
Need to enhance community participation through participatory flood risk mapping (Image: Ronie, Pixahive)
India gears up for second spell of intense heat
Climate change nightmares coming true
Maximum temperatures breaking records are now here to stay with the rise in global mean temperatures (Image: Frau Katze, Pixabay)
India, in the hot seat!
The intensity and duration of heat waves is predicted to increase in India and human induced anthropogenic changes are to blame.
A man sits under the scorching heat of the sun in front of Amer fort in Jaipur (Picture courtesy: Prabhu B Doss, Flickr Commons: CC-By-NC-ND-2.0)
Wastewater management framework in India: Policy challenges and solutions for a sustainable future
Uniform laws needed across states to govern the untreated wastewater flowing into the water bodies
Yelahanka wastewater treatment plant, Bangalore (Image: India Water Portal Flickr)
The Teesta, in distress!
Dammed and bound, will the beautiful river Teesta survive India's insatiable demand for electricity?
Heaven on earth: A view of the Teesta from the coronation bridge (Image Source: Paramanu Sarkar via Wikimedia Commons)
Greening solar energy through waste management
The waste generated is left out in barren lands in an unscientific manner
With the rising installations the solar waste accumulations will also rise to huge extent on their life cycle completion (Image: Pixabay)
Eastern India highly vulnerable to climate change, says study
Study analyses the historical climate and projects, the temperature and rainfall of the four eastern states
Climate projections for the eastern states at the district level for the period 2021–2050 (the 2030s) indicate a warmer and wetter future (Image: Save the Children)