Scientists used data from special Nasa satellites to measure groundwater losses.Scientists used data from special Nasa satellites to measure groundwater losses.

This paper raises important questions concerning access to piped water services, especially for the poor. As such, it could have ramifications for how communities and countries reach the water supply objectives of Sustainable Development Goal 6 and the 2030 Agenda.

There is increasing interest in water pricing instruments as policy tools in a variety of contexts. This paper discusses use of these instruments towards achieving complex goals, often including social and environmental components.

Chief Minister ML Khattar today advocated the release of Haryana’s legitimate share in Yamuna waters at Okha (Delhi) at the NCR Planning Board meeting.

This paper analyses the interdependency of water and energy in India’s wastewater sector. Wastewater treatment plants consume a great deal of energy. Energy-efficient technologies are available, but are only spreading slowly in developing countries. In India, only 10% of all wastewater generated is treated, while energy demand is soaring.

The guidelines on ‘Integrated Water Resources Development and Management’ were prepared in BPMO, CWC under strategy V.4 of National Water Mission in March 2010 and were circulated within CWC for comments.

This draft bill released by the Union government aims to provide an overarching legal framework with principles for protection, conservation, regulation and management of water as a vital and stre

The world’s water has never been under greater pressure, with unprecedented demands for use in human consumption, agriculture, industry and power generation. How can a growing global population ensure that water remains available, clean and sustainable?

The report reveals that the poorest people in the world are paying the highest price for safe water – and calls on governments to act now for universal access. Today, more than 650 million people are living without access to an ‘improved’ source of drinking water.

Global trends point to a relative decoupling of water – that is, the rate of water resource use is increasing at a rate slower than that of economic growth.