India’s global urban population facing water scarcity is projected to increase from 933 million in 2016 to 2.4 billion people in 2050, as per the United Nations report.
These data paint an alarming situation of the depleting water resources and water scarcity faced by everyone on this planet. There are some people who are trying to restore the groundwater levels through innovative methods, and make water accessible to all.
In this episode of Stories on LetMeBreathe, we have Dr. Subramanya Kusnur, a banker turned social entrepreneur. He is trying to humanise climate action and water storage, through restoring water using filtration of groundwater, and bio-toilets. “Every drop of water counts. And anybody who wants to go ahead and save water and save planet Earth has got a moral responsibility to do so”, says Dr. Kusnur.