Water is susceptible to drastic changes as climate changes on Earth Planet. About 1 billion people added every year, the humanity needs more water across the globe to produce food to meet the demands every day. Moreover, better quality water is required to defuse the health/sanitary bombs created by human negligence in many mega cities and to preserve and upkeep the bio diversity of ecosystems for future systems, fresh water resources across the globe to be protected. More particularly the neglect in protecting India’s heritage and/or dying wisdoms of natural resources in many parts of the country since independence could prove extremely dangerous for the survival of humanity and for all the species.
Water: A vital tool for life and prosperity
Tamil Nadu Water Week 2014
A consortium on water conservation initiated jointly by DHAN Foundation, Madras Institute for Development Studies (MIDS), Centre for Water Resources (CWR), Anna University and Water Technology Centre (WTC), Tamil Nadu Agriculture University (TNAU), come together to organize Tamil Nadu Water Week every year during December on a particular theme focusing priority demand of State water challenges and perspectives and in Tamil Nadu deliberate on key issues for arriving at possible and sustainable solutions. This was the first of its kind similar to India Water Week and World Water Week organized every year at National and International level to provide the opportunity to all the stake holders collectively discuss and resolve action leads for addressing the future challenges of water related issues.