Introducing Naturenomics 5.0 Water, New Delhi
Event Dated: 30th October 2014 at Taj Mansingh Road, New Delhi
‘Reflections on Managing Water: Earth’s Greatest Natural Resource’ the most comprehensive and timely book on water launched during Global Conference on ‘Securing Food For All’ organised by The Club of Rome
‘More Crop per Drop is the basic necessity to ensure sustainable agriculture’ says Shri Ajit K Seth, Cabinet Secretary
‘Celebrate Water’ appeal the panelists while launching the book on Water
New Delhi, October 30, 2014: 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.
“The Government of India is committed to ensure ‘More Crop per Drop’ and make India hunger free.” said, Shri Ajit K. Seth, Cabinet Secretary during the conference. “To deliver true inclusive growth and economic access to food, it will be important for government and private sector to work cohesively,” he added.
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