Gary E. Knell : WaterSpeak in Naturenomics™5.0

Gary E. Knell, President and CEO, National Geographic Society.

We live on a beautiful, blue, watery planet. But less than one percent of Earth’s water is fresh nd accessible to us.

Sir David King : WaterSpeak in Naturenomics™5.0

Sir David King, UK Foreign Secretary's Special Representative for Climate Change

Globally, one of the major implications of a changing climate is a change in the hydrological cycle.

S. Ramadorai : WaterSpeak in Naturenomics™5.0

S. Ramadorai, Chairman, National Skill Development Agency

Tremendous opportunities are available to improve the way we manage our water resources.

Nick Stern: WaterSpeak in Naturenomics™5.0

Nick Stern, Professor of Economics and Government, London School of Economics

Clean water is the most precious of resources for survival; dirty water can be dangerous or lethal.

Charles Philip Arthur George : Waterspeak

Charles Philip Arthur George, His Royal Highness, Prince of Wales

We are now grappling with all sorts of social and economic challenges that have their roots in a problem not acknowledged, which has contributed to so many of the conflicts around the world in recent times.

Ratan Tata : WaterSpeak in Naturenomics™5.0

Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Trusts

What moves one very often is seeing a community that is almost decrepit because of lack of water. 

Case Study: Robin Naiding Karbi Anglong, Assam

Rolf von Bueren, LADV, Thailand presents the Food for Future Award to Robin Naiding from Karbi Anglong, Assam

Realising the importance of natural resource management, Mr. Robin Naiding have encouraged and sensitised the village community of Bagadima comprising 42 households in Assam to create less pressure on forest cover and make the best use of land and its resources in a sustainable manner. He have promoted horticulture crops such as litchi, mango, banana, and parkia in his village with organic management of soil fertility and used cover crops to reduce weed growth and soil erosion. Under the leadership of Mr.

Case Study: Miksak Apal Natural Resource Management Group Meghalaya

Szarita Laitphlang,Secretary and Spokesperson MREGC, honours winner of The Eastern - Himalayan Conservation Award, Miksak Apal Natural Resource Management Group

Formed in 2004-2005, the Miksak Apal Natural Resource Management Group (NaRMG) trains the village community of Selbalgre in natural resource, organisation and financial management with an emphasis on the restoration of the environment along with improvement of livelihoods. Under their aegis, community members have taken over the conservation and management of the 35-hecatre Selbalgre Village Reserve Forest.


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