Conservation - Reducing Water Usage
Utilisation of human urine as a source of nutrients for banana and maize cultivation - A compilation of research papersposted 9 years 3 months ago
Source separated anthropogenic liquid waste (Human urine) - A potential plant nutrient for banana cultivation
Water resource accounting as a tool for urban water management - An illustration in NCT- Delhi - Journal of Indian Water Works Associationposted 9 years 3 months ago
The paper discusses the natural resources accounting in the context of national/regional policy first, and then places water resource accounting within it. Subsequently, the methodology as well as study framework adopted for resource accounting are discussed.
Inducing vulnerabilities in a fragile landscape: The implications of hydropower development in a seismically active zone - An article in EPWposted 9 years 3 months ago
Close to 30 hydroelectric projects are being planned on the Teesta and its tributaries. Not only is this river an essential part of Lepcha identity and life, but it also flows through a fragile zone. In this article first published in the Economic and Political Weekly (EPW), Kanchi Kohli examines the ramifications of this policy.
"In search of old ideas" - A discussion of the draft national water policy 2012, by Jayanta Bandopadhyay in The Telegraphposted 9 years 3 months ago
Author: Jayanta Bandopadhyay
Article and image courtesy: The Telegraph