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January 18, 2021 Multilateral action needed for a green post-COVID-19 recovery.
A living root bridge, a type of simple suspension bridge formed of living plant roots by tree shaping in village Nongriat, Meghalaya (Image: Wikimedia Commons)
January 17, 2021 Last year was shrouded with a myriad of disasters but all was not bad. There were many success stories and great efforts in the water sector that maintained our hopes for a better tomorrow.
All was not negative for 2020 in the water sector as many states and districts gained credit for themselves (Image Source: IWP Flickr Album)
December 29, 2020 Water resources in most Indian cities are overworked and overused, and not adequately replenished.
Cities in India are marked by unequal distribution of water, lack of access, outdated infrastructure and minimal enforcement of rainwater harvesting and other means of supply. (Image: Anish Roy, Pixabay)
December 26, 2019 Policy matters this week
The Mandovi river disputed between Karnataka and Goa (Source: IWP Flickr Photos)
Call for abstracts for the 15th World Aqua Congress
Be a speaker at the biggest knowledge sharing platform. Submit abstract online. Swati Bansal posted 1 week 3 days ago

About the conference:

Hydrology
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Dear Sir,                                                                                                                                                
Please explain what do we mean by calibration and validation of a model in hydrology. 
 
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Remembrance meeting for Prof. Brij Gopal
India Rivers Forum, in association with Water Conflicts Forum and India Water Portal has organised a remembrance meeting for Prof. Brij Gopal at 4:30pm IST on 1st February 2021, the eve of World Wetlands Day. Swati Bansal posted 1 month 1 week ago

As you may have heard, Prof. Brij Gopal passed away earlier this month, leaving behind a towering legacy both as an academic and as a human being. For many of us, it is also a huge absence from our lives, as friends, family, colleagues and students.

Implementing this model in Odisha
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How can this water model be implemented in Odisha?

Getting to know India waterportal & Partnership opportunities
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Ecosystem-based approach: The case of Meghalaya
Multilateral action needed for a green post-COVID-19 recovery. Amita Bhaduri posted 1 month 2 weeks ago

Communities have been adapting to climate variability for centuries

A living root bridge, a type of simple suspension bridge formed of living plant roots by tree shaping in village Nongriat, Meghalaya (Image: Wikimedia Commons)
2020: Crammed in disasters, yet filled with hope
Last year was shrouded with a myriad of disasters but all was not bad. There were many success stories and great efforts in the water sector that maintained our hopes for a better tomorrow. Swati Bansal posted 1 month 3 weeks ago

The year 2020 came with numerous disasters, not just COVID-19, a pandemic that brought the planet to a standstill, but many other natural calamities. During the year, the country suffered from cyclones, extreme rainfall, floods and locust attacks.

All was not negative for 2020 in the water sector as many states and districts gained credit for themselves (Image Source: IWP Flickr Album)
Digital water infrastructure to help India become water independent
Digital water infrastructure has a great potential in solving India's water crisis by preventing wastage and encouraging optimum use of water. aartikelkar posted 2 months 1 week ago

The rising water crisis in India

Smart water meters for efficient use of scarce water resources (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Challenges to India’s urban water security and future growth patterns
Water resources in most Indian cities are overworked and overused, and not adequately replenished. Amita Bhaduri posted 2 months 1 week ago

Linkages between water security and socio-economic growth

Cities in India are marked by unequal distribution of water, lack of access, outdated infrastructure and minimal enforcement of rainwater harvesting and other means of supply. (Image: Anish Roy, Pixabay)
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