Bangalore water supply

Water and a City: Institutions, community and citizens at work in Bengaluru

The Context The city of Bengaluru sits on a high ridgeline, 900 m above the sea level. With a population of around 11 million in 2017, the city is facing challenges in meeting its current and future water needs (Times of India, 2018). For now, the main water source is Cauvery, located at a distance […]

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Thinking Water Thinking Women

Scholars have argued that women have affinity with nature because both are subjected to domination, women by men and nature by culture. Nature in their imagination is equated with femininity and culture with masculinity. The proponents of this ideology contend that cultural artefacts have destroyed nature through destructive technologies of modern patriarchal structures and controls. […]

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