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  • What would your today look without water?
  • Editorji takes a look at India's emerging water crisis and how to deal with it

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In collaboration with UNDP and TERI, Editorji launches a campaign to focus on one the biggest crises that India is facing - water

600 million people, or nearly half of India’s population, faces extreme water stress. 21 major cities, including Delhi, would run out of groundwater by 2030, according to Niti Aayog estimates. India has 16% of the world's population, but only 4% of the world's freshwater resources. India will have only half the water it needs by 2030. India's water crisis is real and severe.Day Zero for a catastrophe is not a century but less than a decade away. We need to act, NOW.
The crisis is clear and is staring us in our face, it's time to talk solutions and walk the water talk.Editorji in association with Teri and UNDP is embarking on a mission to pinpoint the water problem and talk solutions.
The Big Question: What can be done to address India's water crisis. We will get experts and policy makers to dwell on some of the solutions.
Rainwater harvesting
Linking of rivers & ancient water bodies
Sewage treatment
How can we clean the rivers?
Domestic conservation of water
Piped water in every home
Groundwater recharge This is not just another campaign. It's a quest for workable solutions.We will also bring to you ground reports that will identify specific problems, but will also showcase efforts by the govt, communities, NGOs, industry and individuals that have made some real difference. Efforts are on at several levels. For example, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the Jal Jeevan Mission at the start of his second term. Launched in August 2019, the ambitious scheme aims to provide potable water through taps to the 191 million rural households by 2024, from the existing one out of six households that have tap water. Despite the odds, over 30 million new households have been provided with tap water during this period, equal to the number of households provided with taps since Independence. We will list all such efforts, the change they are bringing. We will present best ways to synchronise these efforts for optimal results. Paani Project will act as a bridge between the people and policy makers to help tide the water crisis.Join us on this special and urgent journey: Paani Project - Let's connect the drops.

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