Stemming water insecurity

Agriculture is, by far, the largest consumer of water, accounting for more than 80 per cent of the water-use


Even as some significant strides have been made to mitigate food insecurity, the same cannot be said about water insecurity, which continues to exacerbate. Despite being a renewable resource, water
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First Published: Jan 24 2022 | 0:00 AM IST

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