Gurgaon: Environmentalists have warned the state government against going ahead with its plan to dig an artificial lake in Sector 72A and stop concretising drains to better equip the city in dealin

To make the most of the water released from the Metur dam in the Cauvery river, the city corporation has started digging pits around bore wells and infiltration wells on the river bed.

As the district faced acute shortage of water in summer, the authorities, in association with non-government organisations, have started a silent revolution in water literacy by digging percolation

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Akash Vashishtha Vs. Union of India & Others dated 06/07/2016 regarding concretisation preventing ground water replenishment in the National Capital Region.

Ground Water Year Book is prepared annually by CGWB depicting changes in ground water regime of the country through different seasons. It is an effort to obtain information on ground water levels through representative sampling. The important attributes of ground water regime monitoring are ground water level.

Gurgaon: Four earthen dams, constructed in the foothills of Aravalis to recharge depleting groundwater table and tackle waterlogging, have started paying dividends by filling a good amount of water

For combating climate change effects and adapting with them, the State Water Resources Department has submitted a funding proposal to the UNFCC Green Climate Fund.

Set up in June 2010, Somaiya Vidyavihar’s Rs 10 lakh-rainwater harvesting project consists of 10-12 harvesting pits, distributed throughout the campus

Aurangabad: Hit by four consecutive droughts, some residents of the city have come together to install a variety of rainwater harvesting systems in their respective homes and private townships.

“Drinking water shortage will become grave in Uttarakhand especially in the rural mountain areas due to climate change,” said Shatrughan Singh, Uttarakhand Chief Secretary, while speaking at a work