Sociocultural Dimensions in Water Resources Management: Policies, Practices, and Challenges critically explores the complex challenges of ensuring sustainable development and effective water governance amid diverse cultural contexts.

Developing and maintaining a secure and equitable water future underpins prosperity and peace for all. The relationship also works in the opposite direction, as poverty and inequality, social tensions, and conflict can amplify water insecurity.

This study develops and computes a first-of-its-kind municipal index for evaluating the performance of Indian urban local bodies (ULBs) in used water management. ULBs, being the main authorities responsible for managing urban domestic used water, are the focus of the index.

A bill to provide for the establishment of institutional mechanism within the State of Mizoram for effective management, protection, conservation, development, equitable distribution, regulation, conjunctive judicious and efficient use of the state water resources with the objective of ensuring water, food and ecological security.

Climate change is creating significant risks for people, livelihoods and the economy of Rajasthan, particularly to water and food security. The UN estimates India's climate inaction over the past two decades incurred direct costs totalling INR 13.14 lakh crore (USD 179.5 billion).

The Government of Meghalaya on February 13, 2024, notified the Meghalaya Waterbodies (Conservation and Protection) Amendment Guidelines 2023 to amend the Meghalaya Waterbodies (Preservation and Conservation) Guidelines, 2023.

This report aims to raise awareness of the challenges and opportunities associated with the use of fresh water and the reuse of water produced in oil and gas operations, with the view to support evidence-based policy making and regulation.

One of the world's biggest challenges today is climate change, and India realizes the importance of cooperation in addressing it. For its part, India has voluntarily committed to an ambitious reduction in emissions intensity, notwithstanding its immense energy needs to meet its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

India is witnessing high pressure on its limited freshwater resources. As per India's Composite Water Management Index, about 70 per cent of the country's water supply is contaminated (NITI Aayog 2019). Thus, both the quantity of freshwater available and its quality are of concern.

Judgment of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Durga Prasad Yadav & Others Vs State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 22/12/2023.