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Context: Groundwater has been a priceless resource for humanity for centuries. Today, technology, with local governance, offers the last chance of saving groundwater even as the world stands at a critical crossroads.
Groundwater in India
Use of technology
Adopting artificial intelligence (AI) will help make decisions and visualise emerging scenarios for pro-active governance.
Groundwater use through automation, be it for agriculture, industry, commerce, sports, entertainment and domestic use, will be forced to adhere to water footprint norms on daily and annual consumption.
Key Steps to be taken
Technology-guided decision-making would help distinguish groundwater abuse and promote efficient use. Additionally, this would ensure the safekeeping of groundwater within aquifers for posterity.
Privately financed wells, pumps, conveyance pipes, storage reservoirs, drips, sprinklers as well as treatment plants installed by millions of ordinary citizens and institutions have already built an efficient decentralised supply chain.
Attaching additional technology to the existing investment is the first step in reducing wastage, improving efficiency and self-governance.
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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