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40 record(s) found in 'Water Resources and Forestry'

 

The immediate challenge is to ensure that policy makers realize that effective groundwater management is as crying a need for India's development as socio-economic reforms, says Dr S K Sarkar, Distinguished Fellow and Director, Water Resources Division, TERI.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh raises a hope for a step forward in the resolution of the long--pending Teesta water--sharing issue with Bangladesh, say Dr S K Sarkar, Distinguished Fellow, Water Resources division, TERI.

UN laws on watercourses can serve as reference for an Indo-China agreement on sharing Himalayan waters, say Dr S K Sarkar, Distinguished Fellow, Water Resources division, TERI and Dr M P Ram Mohan, Associate Professor, TERI University.

In any climate change and sustainable development debate, water security issues are critical, says Dr S K Sarkar, Distinguished Fellow, Water Resources division, TERI.

The Centre must involve states and weave other development plans into the Clean Ganga project, says Dr S K Sarkar, Distinguished Fellow, TERI.

The rail fare hike carries the promise that sound economics not populism would be given primacy in decision-making, says Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General, TERI.

A TERI analysis on the state of the world's current water mismanagement paints a scary picture for the world's future, says Dr Girija K Bharat, Fellow, Water Resources division.

The mining sector is in deep crisis. It is necessary to ensure good governance of the sector through strong legislative reforms, says Mr S Vijay Kumar, Distinguished Fellow, Water Resources division, TERI.

India needs to integrate climate-resilient sanitation technologies with relevant national policies, says Dr Girija K Bharat, Fellow, Water Resources division, TERI.

Not much can be done to limit rising water demand. But industry, agriculture and the domestic sector can all take steps to plug supply side loopholes, writes Mr Anshuman, Associate Director, Water Resources Division, TERI.

 

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