Water stress, exhibited through a galloping freshwater demand-supply gap, increasing incidences of urban flooding and rapidly depleting groundwater reserves, has become common phenomenon in and around the
cities of the Ganga basin in India. The need of the hour is to restore, rejuvenate and protect waterbodies (including the catchment).
CSE invites you to a webinar "urban waterbodies management -- to enhance liveability and resilience in cities and to improve river health/flow" to discuss this. The event is a part of a series of activities envisaged under the three-year capacity building initiative focusing on ‘Making Ganga basin cities water-sensitive’. The initiative aims at engaging with over 1,300 state and municipal functionaries and other sector players to build their capacity.