Maharashtra goes Doha for water
How the inexpensive Doha model of groundwater recharge is saving the livelihoods of farmers in Maharashtra. Doha is a low-cost, eco-friendly water ...
Kerala fights drought with recharged wells
The simpler systems under the well-recharging programme can be installed with around Rs. 5,000, and there is government support of varying degrees ...
Go local, be water secure
With committed citizen groups working with the local government it is possible to preserve heritage and be water sufficient.
India's first Land Art Festival
Through this land art festival we will be celebrating our land, our soil, our food and nature...
Fighting Patriarchal Structures of Decision-Making
Kesi Bai has been able to challenge traditional views and promote gender equality and women’s participation in community decision-making.
What does the Cauvery water conflict teach us?
Even in a difficult year the available waters have to be shared.
Why an Engineer with an MBA Degree Is Now Building a Model Village in Andhra Pradesh
To build a ProtoVillage that will exemplify abundance - this is the dream of Kalyan Akkipeddi.
A city is for all its citizens
Public institutions must be held to their core promise: to build cities whose horizons are defined by the equality of opportunity for all
Many colors of groundwater in a tiny Western Ghats village
The diversity and independence of water management in Konkan is remarkable ... where communities own, maintain and manage their own water.