WASH: UN report finds 2030 SDG targets may just be a dream

Plans in place to address water and sanitation issues, countries face hurdles in …

The earliest humans swam 100,000 years ago, but swimming remains a privileged pastime

This year the OECD reported that only one in four people in low-income countries can swim

How reliable are water quality monitoring results from Field Test Kits

User-based errors in the interpretation of colour-chart-based results also lead to …

Rural water and sanitation needs to prioritise sustainability

Prioritising drinking water source sustainability, mix-up of nutrient cycle and&…

World Toilet Day: So far, we have overlooked sanitation in the climate resilience discourse

Safe and inclusive sanitation solutions can play a pivotal role in safeguarding against …

Ground report: Tanzania’s sanitation battle is just half won

Part 1: CSE team finds awareness campaign for toilets is not enough, correct designs are …

How Delhi’s resettlement colonies have set a new standard for peripheralisation

Delhi’s resettlement colonies lie within the framework of a ‘planned city’;…

Bottled water alternative for drinking is worse than problem

Society is paying for pollution, has become an economic burden

In the name of development: How Nashik’s Goda Ghat juggled concretisation & de-concretisation over 2 decades

Recurring urban floods exposed how thoughtless development projects have renedered the area …

How climate vulnerability in South Bihar takes a toll on its groundwater

Higher unpredictability in monsoon rainfall is evident from the 1990s onwards

World Rivers Day: Does a river exist for us only when it floods?

It’s important to spread river education in its totality, before dams and canals take …

India and Pakistan can future-proof their threatened rivers

Indian Commissioner for Indus Waters is planning to visit Pakistan in March to …

A ‘One Water’ approach is key to combat urban challenges, manage resources

Shift needed from single-minded, linear water management to multi-dimensional …

Value your local water system

Bengaluru floods should draw our attention to how the same tragic story of loss of …

How cost-effective technologies like GIS helped rural Sikkim rejuvenate springs

Water, food security for upcoming generations enhanced, say residents

A success story: How we restored 15 rural waterbodies in UP’s Gautam Buddha Nagar

Depleted groundwater levels, deteriorated water quality, garbage and wastewater inflow, etc,…

Anang Tal: Why this traditional water tank’s restoration could give wings to Delhi’s water security

It could potentially have a beneficial effect on the local micro-economy apart from …

Why the Bedti-Varada river inter-linking project is not technically feasible

The adverse effects that will be caused by the interlinking of rivers and diversions from …

Digital water information system for efficient, sustainable management

Structured data sets are required to conduct adequate research, translate data into …

Tinsukia’s poor domestic wastewater management paints situation of looming water crisis across Assam

Around 97% of the domestic wastewater is untreated, discharged to the environment

Groundwater management: The visible crisis of an invisible resource

Water table declined in pockets of 6 major cities by more than 4 metres over the years

How to make invisible groundwater visible

Sustainable vision is key to balancing current needs and future demands