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A study from Gujarat finds that micro-irrigation combined with metered power led to a reduction in uncontrolled groundwater extraction by farmers.

Agriculture the largest consumer of groundwater in India

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A study highlights the need to scale down the export of rice, maize, buffalo meat and other items to conserve groundwater in India.

The recent trade war between the United States and China was, among other things, about virtual water - the hidden water in products. Producing anything, whether it is soyabean or clothes, uses water, and has a water footprint. Even after production, shipping and trading also have a hidden water cost.

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Ensure 100 percent treatment of sewage entering rivers: NGT to authorities

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The 2015­-2018 drought, the longest, but less severe of droughts experienced by India raises alarm on the negative effects of future droughts on water security in the country.

Droughts in India: types, causes and effects

Droughts are greatly feared in India, impacting food production, the economy and the livelihoods of millions of farmers. 60% of India’s population is engaged in agriculture.

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Water stewardship is an approach predicated on the concept that water is a shared resource and so water risks are also shared risks that everyone in a catchment will face

Water, its use, availability, and impact on people has been on the public policy debate centerstage for the past several years. In India, a growing water crisis driven by climate change, inefficiency, and water pollution is slowly moving to a near-permanent state that will harm the country’s people, economy and environment.  

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MoU signed for groundwater management through community intervention

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Excessive and unregulated pesticide use has not only poisoned the soil, water and environment in villages in Punjab’s Malwa region – it has also increased health risks for the people.

Punjab, riding high on pesticides

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Objective of the event:

To orient participants on innovative borewell recharge method in rural areas as well as various methods of aquifer recharge in urban areas.

Target Participants:

Staff from NGOs who want to integrate the aquifer recharge techniques in their on-going water conservation initiatives in Rural and Urban areas. Students, individual urban residents, institutions as well as representatives of RWAs may also participate and benefit from the event.

Contents of the training:

December 16, 2019 10:00AM
December 5, 2019 11:45PM

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Bangalore's water utility is understaffed, under financed and unable to service the city's water needs.

“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’.

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NGT pushes MoEF to issue notification to ban unnecessary use of RO purifiers

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