Naturenomics Series Volume 5.0 Review by Prof Arup Kumar Sarma

Review of the Book: Reflections on Managing Water: Earth Greatest Water Resources

Introduction of Water Book, Oxford Book Stall, Kolkata - 22nd August 2015

By 2025, 1.8 billion people will be living in regions or countries with absolute water scarcity. Already 1.2 billion are living in physical water scarcity. Given the trans-boundary nature of water resources, this has implications for world peace and equitable socioeconomic development. Reflections on Managing Water collects various views on water and its management.

Introduction of Water Book, Assam Administrative College, Guwahati - 23rd April 2015

India, known for its water resources, traditional systems of water conservation, supply management, reverence and celebration of water is unfortunately suffering from misuse of water.

Introducing Naturenomics 5.0 Water, New Delhi

As aspirations rise, so will the demand for water. In a situation where the gap between demand and availability is rapidly widening the question is: Where will the water come from? This was a major issue discussed in the inaugural session of the Global Conference on ‘Securing Food for All – Critical Need for Coherence in Policies and Actions’ organised by the Club of Rome – Indian National Association.

Naturenomics™ 5.0 - Water Book

Naturenomics series 5

The book captures various aspects of water: Its availability, role in nurturing life and nature and its relationship with religion, celebrations, culture and entertainment. Use and abuse of water, socio economic effects of drought and floods, poisoning...

Nestle CEO: Water Is Not A Human Right, Should Be Privatized

Former Nestle CEO claims water is not a human right and should be privatized and controlled. He also states that GMOs have never caused illnesses despite hundreds of independent studies showing otherwise.


Back to Top