India’s water problem has a simple solution

Reducing its use in agriculture is the most effective way of solving India’s water problem.

Transforming livelihoods through farm ponds

Farm ponds aid in superior water control through the harvesting of rainfall, surface run-off and subsurface flows.

India's water Crisis: The clock is ticking

We need to promote a decentralised approach, with a key focus on water conservation, source sustainability, storage and reuse wherever possible.

Needed: A million Recharge Wells

Clean catchments such as rooftops, roads and storm drains could be used to harvest a substantial volume of the city's rainfall.

Bengaluru's well diggers have shown how traditional water bodies can be revived: Water activitst Vishwanath Srikantaiah

"We must build the governance and institutional capabilities for an integrated urban water management system. The rest will follow."

India’s deepening water crisis: How villages had water before govt took over

When every village captures all the run-off resulting from the rain falling over its entire land can every village have enough water.

This Bengaluru Couple Save 1 Lakh Litres of Water Every Year. Here’s How

The capital cost of building an eco-friendly house is 10 per cent lower. It also reduces the overall carbon footprint and water wastage.

Jal Sahelis quench the thirst of parched villages in Bundelkhand

Jal Sahelis across 200 villages in U.P., M.P. are reviving water harvesting structures and traditional water bodies through community participation.

Farm ponds that dot parched Marathwada may deplete groundwater in the long run

Farm ponds can lead to privatization of water by a few, and when dug on a large scale, these schemes ignore the carrying capacity of the watershed.

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