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40 Million litres of Sewer Water Wasted in India
India Online.in

40 Million litres of Sewer Water Wasted in India

DHANBAD: Forty million litres of sewerage water is wasted in the country every year due to lack of ground water management, an expert claimed. "Forty million litres of sewerage water go in vain every year due to lack of ground water management and ... New Indian Express, 2 days ago
UPI

Groundwater Levels Could Deplete Drastically in the Coming Years, Say Experts

BENGALURU: India is the world's largest consumer of groundwater. If estimates are to be taken into consideration, the country uses two and a half times the amount of groundwater used in the United States of America, said Dr Himanshu Kulkarni, ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago A third of the world's biggest groundwater basins are in distress  Environmental Research Web1 month ago Earth's groundwater being drained at rapid rate: study Jun 23, 2015  Alexanders Gas & Oil Connections1 month ago Study: Earth's groundwater being drained at rapid rate  Daily Sabah1 month ago
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LiveScience.com

NASA Satellite Data Help Show Where Groundwater Is And Where It Isn't

Imagine youre a wheat farmer in Rajasthan, a state in northwestern India. Wheat needs more water than rains provide, especially during the dry season. So you drill a well. You don't have to pay for the water you use or the electricity that powers ...
 WRI1 month ago Earth's Groundwater Basins Are Running Out of Water  LiveScience.com2 weeks ago Water sources likely to get contaminated, secondary data analysis report  5 Dariya News - English2 weeks ago World's Aquifers Losing Replenishment Race, Researchers Say  Boston Globe1 month ago
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Business Standard

Khabar Lahariya and Saumya Tewari: Mathuranpura and the worst groundwater crisis

Here in Mahoba, one of India's 250 poorest districts in one of its poorest states, the neighbourhood of Mathuranpura is considered particularly poor: it is home to 1,000 Dalits and where few things are as exclusionary as access to water. None of ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Mathuranpura, the world's worst groundwater crisis  Business Standard2 weeks ago Mathuranpura and the world's worst …  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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First Post.com

New NASA study reveals world's running out of groundwater, and India's particularly at risk

A study based on data collected from a NASA satellite has revealed that water from underground aquifers of the world are being depleted at an alarming rate. The post New NASA study reveals world’s running out of groundwater, and India’s ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Environment Protection: Solutions From TMT  Businessworld India1 month ago NASA study reveals world's running out of groundwater, and India's particularly at risk  First Post.com1 month ago
Business Standard

India set to become water scarce country by 2025: Report

Nearly 70 percent of country's irrigation and 80 percent of domestic water use comes from groundwater, which is rapidly getting depleted. However, overseas players from Canada, Israel, Germany, Italy, United States, China and Belgium sees big investment ...
 Money Control2 months ago
National Geographic

Solar Electricity Buybacks May Reduce Groundwater Depletion in India

Ramanbhai Parmar, a wheat and banana farmer in India's dry state of Gujarat, was the first to sell electricity back to the power grid from the solar panels that drive his water pump. Photo credit: CCAFS/Prashanth Vishwanathan It's hard to find ...
 National Geographic1 month ago
Down to Earth

'India is likely to experience strong relative impacts of climate change'

Overexploitation of groundwater reservoirs and dependence of surface water reservoirs on monsoon rainfall may lead to decreasing freshwater availability for agriculture in the country A book published by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says that ...
 Down to Earth3 weeks ago

A body of evidence: What climate change implies for global food security and trade

Beneficiary of an FAO water management project in India checks a groundwater monitoring station. 18 June 2015, Rome - Global warming will have profound consequences on where and how food is produced, and also lead to a reduction in the nutritional ...
 FAO1 month ago

India plans to overhaul rivers for shipping

The Indian government'sambitious plans to develop 101 rivers into an integrated Inland Water Transport (IWT) systemhavetriggeredfiercedebate. Transport and shipping minister, Nitin Gadkari, recently introduced a new National Waterways Bill 2015 ...
 Eco-Business13 hours ago How the Waterman of India Revived Five Rivers and Brought Back Water to Over 1,000 Villages  Social Dashboard1 month ago
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