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Bundelkhand women forge friendships for water
Women are not only responsible for water but they also face the brunt of water scarcity. Watch the video to find out what happens when these women become 'Jal Sahelis' (water friends). sabitakaushal posted 4 years 8 months ago
Water Literacy campaign for Jal Sahelis (Source: Parmarth Samaj Sevi Sansthan)
Water for Profit: Experiences from America and India
Privatisation of water services has resulted in raised costs, poor quality and unreliable service--not just in India but around the world. The film tells India's and America's story. makarandpurohit posted 4 years 9 months ago
NMC Employees Union and residents of Nagpur protest water privatisation
Echoes of Bhakra
Oustees of one of the highest gravity dams of the world fear yet another displacement--50 years after the first one. Manu Moudgil posted 4 years 9 months ago
Bhakra dam (Source: Apar Singh Bataan, Wikimedia Commons)
Lessons on ecology from the Apatani tribe in Ziro Valley
The Apatani tribe in Arunachal Pradesh is known for its paddy cum fish agriculture. They practice this as well as other sustainable water management techniques that allow them to coexist and thrive. Usha Dewani posted 4 years 10 months ago
Rice fields at Ziro valley with sacred groves in the backdrop
Right information and collective strength of people triumph!
The film titled 'A Hand Pump' tells the story of the villagers of Padapadar, Odisha and their struggle to finally get their right to safe drinking water. makarandpurohit posted 4 years 10 months ago
A hand-pump installed at Padapadar village
The Last Builder of Naulas in Chatola, Nainital
Constructing naulas, the small structures that house springs in Uttarakhand, requires an intimate knowledge of many sciences. One of the last practitioners of this dying craft tells his story. chicu posted 4 years 10 months ago
Ratan Singh Bisht is one of the few people today who constructs naulas
Webinar: Asian Water Towers
In this webinar Arthur Lutz (Hydrologist, FutureWater & Utrecht University) shows how climate change is expected to impact the future of the Asian Water Towers Swati Bansal posted 4 years 11 months ago
Is it possible to build resilience to climate change?
As the earth warms up, farmers face the most heat. Can they be better prepared and move towards a safer future? The film ‘For a safer future: Insights on climate resilience from India’, shows how. sabitakaushal posted 5 years ago
‘For a safer future: Insights on climate resilience from India’: A film (Source: GEAG and TERI)
Rooftop rainwater harvesting at Chhattisgarh school reduces absenteeism
The film “Rainwater Harvesting: From books to fields”, showcases how rooftop rainwater harvesting can also bring about social and economic change. makarandpurohit posted 5 years ago
Rainwater harvesting tank at Madiya Kachar village school
UNESCO Workshop on 'Ensuring Water Security in Changing Environment Scenario for Water Professionals of Cluster Countries'
A 2-day regional capacity development workshop Water Professionals of South Asian Countries’ sponsored by UNESCO is being organized jointly by IIT Bombay. nagabhushanb posted 5 years 1 month ago