An analysis was done by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) of winter pollution (until January 26, 2021) in India’s five southern states - a vulnerable but poorly monitored region from the air quality perspective.
Linkages between water security and socio-economic growth
Cyclone Amphan causes widespread destruction in West Bengal
In the past few years, India has undoubtedly developed remarkably, but not enough to eradicate all the problems it has been facing, including the shortage of water.
Under JJM, Centre to ensure safe drinking water and scale up activities during monsoon
Northeast has 60 polluted river stretches: CPCB
Delhi CM announces free sewage cleaning schemes for unauthorised colonies
“It is a lack of (institutional) capacity which is leading to public woes on water. We are not in a position to give you quality services because of two things – one, manpower, and two, finances,” said BWSSB Chairman Tushar Girinath, speaking at a panel discussion on ‘Sustainable, Equitable Access to Water’.
Monsoon’s withdrawal likely to begin around October 10: IMD
The Water Future Conference in Bangalore last week, saw many from the scientific community, academia, research, civil society and the media come together to discuss the state of water resources across the world and in India, as well as future pathways and scenarios, and different technological a