This book describes some key global water challenges, perspectives for remote sensing approaches, and their importance for water resources-related activities. It presents eight key types of water resources management variables, a list of sensors that can produce such information, and a description of existing data products with examples.

The Draft Rajasthan Water Policy aims to influence the thought process and deliberations that will set an overall direction to developmental activities in the urban water sector. The Policy aims initially at recognizing issues related to urban water management in aspects related to drinking water.

Three out of four of the jobs worldwide are water-dependent. In fact, water shortages and lack of access may limit economic growth in the years to come, according to the 2016 United Nations World Water Development Report, Water and Jobs, launched on 22 March 2016, World Water Day, in Geneva.

An Act to provide for efficient use of water and its conservation and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. This Act may be called the Delhi Water Conservation Act, 2016.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Management of Water Resources, 10/03/2016. The National Water Policy, 2012 was adopted by the National Water Resources Council (NWRC) headed by the Hon’ble Prime Minister, with Chief Ministers of all States as Members, at its Meeting held on 28th December, 2012.

Scheme hasn't encouraged illegal users to switch to paid connections

Panaji: The limpid water of springs gurgling between rocks or gushing down the hillside formed one of the major sources of drinking water, but the availability of tap water has relegated these sour

The purpose of this paper is examine the notion of tenure in connection with water resources and to explore whether the concept of water tenure has the potential to make a useful contribution towards resolving the world’s water resources challenges. It seeks to provide answers to the following questions: (a) What is water tenure?

The Standing Committee on Water Resources examined the subject ‘Review of ground water scenario, need for a comprehensive policy and measures to address problems in the country with particular reference to (i) dark blocks, and (ii) contamination of underground water by certain industries’ and submitted their report in December 2015.

This report is a holistic review of water governance in Bangladesh, with the aim of providing insight to government and non-government actors on the current challenges and opportunities around water governance.

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