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The growing demand for water, its dwindling supply, mismanagement of water resources, and water pollution, all of it together has led to a state of crisis. In order to solve this outstanding challenge of ensuring equitable distribution of drinking water … Continue reading
In a previous blogpost, we discussed the water situation in India, which is one of the four challenge tracks for the Design Public Conclave to be held in November this year. Under the broad theme of ‘Equitable Water’ we decided … Continue reading
In the process of reaching out to experts, I interviewed Mr. Sukumar Devotta, who is a Former Director of National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) and has been involved in various activities related to Air Pollution, Solid Waste Management, Waste … Continue reading
Lately, we have been trying to seize all possible opportunities to explore and develop the four challenge areas of the Design Public Conclave, to be held in November this year. In such a situation, how could we not make use … Continue reading
In the process of reaching out to experts, I interviewed Mr. Himanshu Thakkar, who is a coordinator of South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers and People, an informal network of organizations and individuals working on issues related with water sector. … Continue reading
As we announced yesterday, planning for the fourth edition of the Design Public Conclave has begun. This time around, the conclave will address four large challenges: Equitable Water, Smarter Cities, Post-Grid Power, and Nimble Agriculture. In order to gain a … Continue reading