Water quality of Ganga river remained grim during lockdown: CPCB
Government prepares strict directives to prevent groundwater wastage
A civic body frees a river instead of concretising it, for the first time
India’s Himalayan rivers have been a cradle of civilisational development and a centre for faith and culture for ages. Ganga being a fertile basin has been a significant contributor to our agricultural economy as well as our river-based agrarian development.
Draft EIA notification 2020 attracts criticism from experts
Climate change affects societies mainly through water – its availability, quality and quantity. Water pollution adds fuel to the fire to the effect of climate change and needs to be addressed immediately. Optimal use of water and improving the quality of available water are the need of the hour.
Water storage level 76 percent more than last year: CWC
IMD revises monsoon calendar for the country
Summer of 2020 could suffer from severe water stress due to lockdown