World Menstrual Hygiene Day is intended to focus on the millions of women worldwide without access to hygienic solutions during their monthly period. Today, we continue the focus, but with a changed track in the context of the global environment crisis.
Here’s a challenge that actually makes a difference. It will make water saving a daily habit among citizens, so that every day is World Water Day and there is never a D-Day scenario because of water scarcity!
Driving past the Bhalswa landfill, often described as Delhi’s ‘flaming hell’, a Bengaluru resident is shocked, and urges all citizens to introspect and take immediate action to reduce waste and save our cities.
With a spiralling demand-supply gap, the water problems of every Indian city are set to assume nightmarish proportions unless immediate action is taken. We must each do our bit on a daily basis and it is so simple if you know how!