Development vs Industrial, Agricultural Regulation: India Must Find Answer to Catch-22 of Water Crisis
While the bigger players find ways to help curb the crisis, you also need to step up and play your part. Every drop is important when we are trying to fill up an ocean.
Agriculture in India is the backbone of millions of farmers and as a country that is developing, industrial growth is equally important here. So in a bid to avert the water crisis, we must ensure not to break the back of the economic structure of the country.
Curbing water usage in water extensive areas, planting crops as per the soil and usage of water in specific areas etc. are measures that can be taken to curb wastage in the agricultural sector. In case of industries and companies, they need to become self-aware and develop internal measures and policies to optimise water usage. If these two get together and decrease the amount of water used, the nation will be able to fight the water crisis battle effectively.
While the bigger players find ways to help curb the crisis, you also need to step up and play your part. Every drop is important when we are trying to fill up an ocean. Join the fight by joining the Harpic News18 Mission Paani initiative. Log on here to become aware about how to save water and help your fellow citizens.