Affidavit by Pune Municipal Corporation in OA No.32/2024 (WZ) (Anuj Abhay Deshpande V/s Pune Municipal Corporation & Ors.) dated 16/02/2024.

The matter related to construction of new water reservoirs by Pune Municipal Corporation at Fergusson College Hill. Three new water tanks have been proposed at Bhamburda (Shivajinagar) Gut No 262 Fergusson College Hill. New concrete reservoirs have been planned to cater to the water demand. These newly proposed reservoirs will cater to the water demand of three water zones - Modern college zone, BMCC Zone and Fergusson college zone.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kamlesh Singh Vs State of Uttar Pradesh dated 04/12/2023.

This paper highlights the importance of water valuation and pricing for sustainable and efficient water allocation and management in India. An efficient water-pricing mechanism could be a tool to address the impending crisis of water scarcity, which necessitates a robust, objective, and holistic valuation technique.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of The State of Haryana (Department of Irrigation) Vs The State of Punjab & Others 04/10/2023.

This technical note serves as the main reference for the updated Aqueduct™️ 4.0 water risk framework. It details the data and methodology used to create 13 indicators of global water risk. Indicators reflect both current conditions and future projections of water supply, demand, stress, and more.

Twenty-five countries, which house one-quarter of the world's population, are facing extremely high water stress each year, regularly using up almost their entire available water supply. According to this research published by the World Resources Institute, at least 50 per cent of the global population or around four billion people are currently living under highly water-stressed conditions for at least one month of the year.

New data from WRI’s Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas show that 25 countries — housing one-quarter of the global population — face extremely high water stress each year, regularly using up almost their entire available water supply.

This paper aims to review the state of gender equality in Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) and showcases how a gender perspective can inform and strengthen the discourse around SDG 6 acceleration.

Industry over the years has been undertaking measures to improve their water usage towards attaining water neutrality.

Despite massive infrastructure investments, countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region continue to face unprecedented water scarcity due to climate change, population growth, and socioeconomic development.

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