During 2014-2017 India was shaken by severe spells of drought that hit over 500 million people across geographical regions. Unlike in the past, these droughts did not spare the urban areas; metropolitan cities like Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru declared water emergency and several towns resorted to water rationing. “Drought But Why?” examines how an occupational hazard has turned into a human-made disaster of unmanageable proportion since organised agriculture began some 10,000 years ago.

State of India's Environment 2017 In Figures is India's first and only e-book that not only communicates environmental issues through facts and figures, but arms readers with insights and perspectives to help you form an informed opinion on issues that matter.

State of India's Environment 2017 In Figures is India's first and only e-book that not only communicates environmental issues through facts and figures, but arms readers with insights and perspectives to help you form an informed opinion on issues that matter.

This is the latest book from our Environment Education Unit. To coincide with the Swachh Bharat Mission, the 2015 GSP audit will focus on solid waste management. GSP (Green Schools Programme) seeks to foster environmental literacy by moving beyond theories and text books and concentrates on “doing”. The programme helps schools to audit the use of natural resources within their premises, provides them the methodology to assess themselves as environmental managers and plug the gaps that are identified through the audit.

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