Honouring the Indus Water Treaty and moving forward - In order to treat rivers as a shared and limited resource, India and Pakistan must move towards a more collaborative paradigm
Tag: water resources
Any changes to the Indus Water Treaty warrant a serious national debate in India. Pakistan’s water problems are its own and the solutions to these problems lie in Pakistan
State governments must empower municipalities to undertake initiatives independently and lead the course of development of their respective towns. Here is a successful example
The only storage that can provide some measure of drought proofing is groundwater storage. Instead of pumping money on dams and canals, Indian agriculture will be better off investing in groundwater banking. Tushaar Shah, Avinash Kishore and P Hemant brace for the oncoming drought in India.