Water Conservation

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  1. The Kumudvathi River Rejuvenation Project

    Bangalore city’s drinking water needs are set to reach 22.68 TMC (thousand million cubic feet) by 2015, while as of now the river Cauvery would only be able to supply 17.22 TMC. Moreover, the Tippagondanahalli reservoir, located just outside the city at t ...
  2. For a Drop of Life

    The soap makes her vision blurry as she flows down a hollow rusty pipe collecting particles contradicting her purity and making her heavy. She feels the texture of millions like her, gushing through the coarse metal and out into a deep dark pit. A hoard o ...
  3. Meri Dilli Meri Yamuna

    0 Meri-Dilli-Meri-Yamuna Driving a massive river cleaning drive Delhi depends on the Yamuna River for more than 60 percent of its water-related needs. The river is greatly significant for the economic and ecological needs of the region and its people. How ...
  4. Rain Water Harvesting

    Water shortage is considered the most dangerous outcome of environment degradation. The Art of Living has responded to this crisis by training thousands of villagers and youth to take up water-harvesting projects in their communities. Apart from conservin ...
  5. Terafil Water Filter

    T ERAFIL WATER FILTER  is a  low cost device to filter impure water into clean drinking water. The filter is developed to cater the needs for clean drinking water, especially when the water is rich in sediments, suspended particles, iron and certain micro ...
  6. Watershed Management

    The Art of Living has been undertaking water management on a large scale, especially in agrarian villages. The initiative includes educating farmers about the judicious usage of water, and teaching them to construct check dams and gabin dams that store ra ...
  7. Water Conservation 3

     Our further plan is to organize competitions, road shows, plays to create awareness in the public. We need to unite as responsible citizens of the country & support the government rather than blaming it for all the problems of the nation. We should a ...
  8. Water Conservation 2

    It’s time we clean up the mess we've created. It’s time we make it so clean we can have picnics, play aquatic sports and meditate there. It’s time that we take responsibility and do what people call "impossible!" Kritika Singh, Noida    Bad ...
  9. Water Conservation 1

     It was a moment of utmost pride and nostalgia, to see thousands and thousands of people, of all castes, religion and gender, come together to save what is rightfully and dutifully theirs, Yamuna. Though, by cleaning up the Ghats, does not mean we can now ...
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