Indian artists design comic strips to raise awareness about water consumption in the fashion industry
With their works, these seven artists have tried to showcase the absurdity of the fast fashion industry, with the hope that viewers will take note, lend a thought to the cause and thus make responsible decisions.
The prime minister said there is a need to make science more popular across the country and asserted that science cannot be limited to physics and chemistry, and labs
Through a YouTube channel, he shares his insights and tries to spread awareness on the proper usage of rainwater and provides tips for rainwater harvesting
In cities like Mumbai and Pune and their nearby rural areas, groundwater is no longer an option and they depend on dams and lakes that collect water during the rainy season
He also added that he would like to be a part of a film made on the cause of water conservation. The Newton actor said that cinema has the power to bring real change, and hopes a director will take a project forward.
Hydrotherapy or aquatherapy is a form of activity performed in water to help with rehabilitation and recovery from hard training or serious injury
Rural communities in some of the drought-prone areas have shown the world that community effort and respect for the natural resource is necessary for conservation
Tanks are silver bullet for India's water woes; why they're disappearing, leaving us more vulnerable to a warming climate
A warming climate, bringing fewer rain days and more intense rainfall events in its wake, makes the role played by tanks even more critical.
Maharashtra's Jalyukt Shivar scheme had little impact on increasing groundwater levels, finds CAG study
A sum of Rs 9633.75 crore was spent on the scheme, a flagship programme of the Devendra Fadnavis government (2014- 19) that sought to make Maharashtra a drought-free state
At Bengaluru's Byramangala lake, amid pollution and lack of structural support, a novel farming system flourishes
Removed from the urban dialogue on climate change as well as the media gaze, farmers and herders around Bengaluru's Byramangala lake tackle pollution and landlessness.
Mumbai's burgeoning water needs leave nearby villages parched; city's wasted and free supply more than Nagpur's daily need
The preferential treatment for cities over rural areas is not just limited to Mumbai. It is a common practice across Maharashtra. A November 2015 report had exposed the stark rural-urban divide, revealing the cities in the state get 400 percent more drinking water than villages even though 55 percent of Maharashtra is rural.
Storsudret receives alot of rainwater but the challenge is to collect and store it to last the summer.
Water has been made more or less invisible in our cities; we tend to take it for granted: Jane Withers
In a conversation with Firstpost, Jane Withers spoke of her relationship with water, the importance of using design to find holistic solutions to environmental problems and of the indigenous systems civilisations of the past used to harness the power of water.
Mission Paani launch event today: News18's awareness campaign could be key in preventing a nationwide water crisis
Mission Paani is the biggest national effort to make water conservation a community-driven movement.
Halfway through monsoon, 72 of 100 major reservoirs in India record below-normal water storage; Gujarat, Maharashtra worst-hit
The scenario is particularly worrying in the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra. The basin storage in Tapi, Sabarmati, and rivers of the Kutch and Godavari are "highly deficient", the data revealed.
Cabinet Secretary PK Sinha to review Jal Shakti Abhiyan as droughts, monsoon wreak havoc across country
Cabinet Secretary PK Sinha will review Jal Shakti Abhiyan launched by the government in 1,592 blocks in 257 districts across the country on 2 August, 2019.
The Meghalaya Cabinet has approved a draft water policy to address water usage and issues of conservation and protection of water sources in the state.
Mission Paani: Delhi govt's Yamuna water conservation project appears feasible, but needs nod of NGT, farmers
Plans are afoot to conserve water in the 22-kilometre Yamuna floodplain stretch — starting from Palla, where the river enters Delhi, to the other end in Wazirabad — to tide over the looming water crisis.
AAP, BJP joining hands for Okhla plant a welcome step, but political enmity may continue to hamper policy work in Delhi
Recently Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal jointly laid foundation for a sewage water treatment plant in Delhi, showing once again what a Centre-state harmony can do for Delhi
Mission Paani: Women in drought-hit Vellore come together to recharge wells in a bid to raise groundwater level
Vellore had experienced an exponential rise in groundwater levels during 2017 monsoons, and residents are hoping that a similar good fortune would bring them smiles in October when rains lash the parched district.