Water conservation has become the need of the day. It can be defined as efficient management to reduce loss, wastage or use of water. The Art of living has been active in taking this practice to several rural areas in India.
The youth leaders of the organization have been actively propagating Rain water harvesting in several villages. Rain water harvesting is the best way to store water during the rains and this water is available for use for long periods after the season as well. Art of Living has revived several lakes and ponds. This not only helps hold the water but also increases ground water levels. Being the natural habitat; birds and other animals also are seen to come back to the water.
Below are Case Studies of Water Conservation:
Meri Dilli Meri Yamuna
Driving a massive river cleaning drive
Delhi depends on the Yamuna River for more than 60 percent of...More
The Art of Living has been undertaking water management on a large scale, especially in agrarian villages....More
Terafil Water Filter
TERAFIL WATER FILTER is a low cost device to filter impure water into clean drinking water....More
Rain Water Harvesting
Water shortage is considered the most dangerous outcome of environment degradation. The Art of Living...More
For a Drop of Life
The soap makes her vision blurry as she flows down a hollow rusty pipe collecting particles contradicting...More
The Kumudvathi River Rejuvenation Project
Bangalore city’s drinking water needs are set to reach 22.68 TMC (thousand million cubic feet) by 2015,...More