We all care about water. With water making up 71% of Earth we would be foolish not to. But the distinction between caring about water and caring for water is an important one. When we pollute water, we are the ones who lack clean water. Caring for water is a must if we want to guarantee healthy lives for all.
Neknampur Lake in Hyderabad was previously a weed-choked mixture of chemical pollutants and domestic sewage. Now, although it may be mistaken that water hyacinth has consumed Neknampur Lake, this could not be further from the truth.
Loktak Lake is considered the lifeline of the State of Manipur. Famous for phumdis, it is home to the world’s only floating National Park and the world’s most endangered deer, the Sangai.
Water crisis and lack of water often grabs headlines. Do we ever take time to talk about those who are conserving and making a difference? Here is E.F.I’s effort to celebrate individuals who care about water. Mrs. Maheshwari and family have been pioneers in Rain Water Harvesting. Watch and learn, how each of us canContinue reading “E.F.I’s HydroStar | The Rainwater Harvesting Star | Episode-1”