J Harsha

Dams, in distress?
It is time water policies in India acknowledge that many large dams have aged and can no longer be looked upon as the only path to water security. Aarti Kelkar Khambete posted 2 years 2 months ago

India is reeling from a severe water crisis. Large parts of the country are experiencing water-stress worsened by the ever increasing demand for water due to population growth, rapid urbanisation, changing lifestyles and consumption patterns, inef?cient use of water and climate change.

Hirakud, India's oldest dam (Image Source: India Water Portal on Flickr)
River diversion schemes versus waste water recycling for Bangalore city - An article in Current Science
The author of this paper argues that it is pertinent to look at the water problem from a river basin perspective to manage the water crisis of Bangalore city Aarti Kelkar Khambete posted 9 years 2 months ago

This article published in the journal Current Science has been written in response to the earlier article published in Current Science that highlights the acute water scarcity t

Conflicts and dilemma of human right to water - A Current Science paper by J Harsha
The June 2011 of Current Science has an opinion paper titled 'Conflicts and dilemma of human right to water' by J Harsha. infoharsha posted 10 years 4 months ago

 

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