Water wars in South Asia are unlikely due to well-etched treaties and economic compulsions. If there is ever to be a Third World War, many believe it will be fought over water, with South Asia serving as the flashpoint. The region houses a quarter of the world’s population and has less than 5% of the global annual renewable water resources. Low water availability per person and high... Continue Reading
Manu Moudgil is a writer and researcher on environment and governance issues. He previously worked with various mainstream publications before starting Gol Monitor, a web magazine that focuses on development news and features in India. In 2013, he joined India Water Portal, a knowledge repository on water. He holds a Master’s degree in Mass Communication and a certificate in environmental law.