The Filter Koffee Podcast: Karthik Ganesan, CEEW Research Fellow, talks about the importance of climate activism and sustainable living
In this episode of The Filter Koffee Podcast, Karthik Ganesan talks about climate change, the danger of urban water resources and the importance of sustainable living.
Global warming likely to reduce crop production by over 15% in 2020; govt report warns of highest losses in UP, Rajasthan, Bengal
The impact of global warming will also affect the quality reducing the concentration of grain protein. The heavy rainfall due to climate stress will affect the production of tomato and onion and production of the latter may go down by 27 percent in 2020.
Marathwada Diary: High amounts of fluoride in groundwater continue to threaten drought-hit Nanded villages
Sawarkhed's groundwater contains fluoride. This is a chemical that is naturally present in soil, rocks and groundwater. But in concentrated form, it can be extremely harmful.
Several hundred metres underground, thousands of labourers grind away day and night on a mammoth hydroelectric project in contested Kashmir, where India and Pakistan are racing to tap the subcontinent's diminishing freshwater supplies.
China's hand suspected in River Siang turning black: Beijing has always targeted Brahmaputra and its tributaries
Water from Siang river, a tributary of the Brahmaputra considered to be a lifeline to northern Arunachal Pradesh, is turning black,
Cabinet reshuffle: Devendra Fadnavis hopes irrigation projects will be cleared fast after Nitin Gadkari gets additional charge
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Monday voiced hope that irrigation proposals worth Rs 24,000 crore submitted to the Centre by Maharashtra will be speedily cleared
Indus Waters Treaty talks: World Bank promises 'neutrality' as it helps India-Pakistan find way forward
World Bank has promised its continued neutrality and impartiality in helping India and Pakistan find an "amicable way forward" during talks over Indus Waters Treaty.
Responding to questions related to the river Ganga, Water Resources Minister Uma Bharati said the draft of the new law has been submitted to her ministry and discussions are underway
Defence, agriculture, trade, diplomacy and water management will dominate talks when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Israel from 4-6 July at the invitation of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Chairing a meeting in New Delhi to review the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana, he pressed for quick adoption of a multi-pronged strategy to augment the country’s irrigation network.
Chairing a high-level meeting involving the ministries of agriculture, water resources, rural development, the prime minister said the ultimate goal of the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana should be to provide irrigation to every farm.