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Fisher folk of the East Kolkata Wetlands use sewage from the city’s lakes to rear fish. Watch an interview of the person who popularized this system that the locals invented years ago.

They take your pain and give you what you need. They will absorb the excess showers that our cities can’t handle and replenish water underground when our taps run dry. Often underestimated, these shallow water bodies are also home to countless life forms and serve as winter destinations for distant migratory birds. Blame me for being philosophical but I equate wetlands to mothers.

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News this week: 200-crore penalty on Mundra port, Parliament passes Land Acquisition Bill and dengue spreads in Mumbai.

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200-crore penalty for Adani's Mundra port

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News this week - Lok Sabha passes the Food Security Bill, floods engulf Gujarat and India bans shark finning.

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Food security bill passed

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Averaging out demand per person isn't good enough to determine supply. Other variables such as growth of a city, difference in groundwater conditions by area and sewerage are equally important.

Water consumption varies based on many factors – how much water is available, where one lives, one’s personal habits, the weather, the seasons and so on and so forth. Each of these contributes to varying usage patterns. A simplistic method of averaging out consumption and calculating the demand based on it is an overoptimistic and narrow approach to planning a city's water supply. However, till date, this remains one of the cornerstones of urban planning in India.

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Maarten Feberwee, Aldus Building Innovation, The Netherlands

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A simple survey based questionnaire that focusses on three key sanitation elements:

  • Elevated toilets (kits)
  • De-sludging equipment
  • Sludge disposal and treatment facilities

Input required

A request to members of Water, Disaster Management and Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Communities to provide their inputs for the following:

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