India’s tech hub, Bengaluru, may soon run out of water like Cape Town in South Africa, which is facing a severe water crisis, a statement from the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) said on W

Already more than 60% of humanity lives in areas of water stress, where the supply of water cannot or will not continue to meet demand. If water is not managed more prudently – from source, to tap, and back to source – the crises observed today will become the catastrophes of tomorrow.

As per the survey, 12.30 per cent of households had access to water “near” and not within their premises. Another 4.28 per cent had access to water “away” from their premises, it stated

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on Water Consumption by Thermal Power Plants, 05/03/2018. As per Centre for Science and Environment’s Green Rating Project, the average water consumption in Chinese thermal power plants is 2.5 m3/MWh.

To better assess the water-energy nexus challenge in China, the Thirsty Energy initiative engaged the China Institute for Water Resources (IWHR) and Hydropower Research under the auspices of the Ministry of

This report assesses and maps 184 peer-reviewed, empirical research articles selected for their focus on linkages between water stress and human migration. First and most importantly, this literature asserts that migration is universal. Migration is an extremely common social process and is normal in almost every society on earth.

This report assesses and maps 184 peer-reviewed, empirical research articles selected for their focus on linkages between water stress and human migration. First and most importantly, this literature asserts that migration is universal. Migration is an extremely common social process and is normal in almost every society on earth.

Nairobi — The Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company, says water rationing in Nairobi County is expected to persist until the year 2026.

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of State of Karnataka Vs State of Tamil Nadu dated 16/02/2018 regarding allocation and sharing of water of river Cauvery.

We're not entirely sure where the 60% of water-wasters are hiding, but the City's own figures show that Cape Town's residents responded to calls to reduce usage, and have been hitting the targets s

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