The New York Times has just published an article which reports that malnutrition in India is not so much caused by the lack of nutrition as due to the lack of sanitation. This is indeed a damning discovery.
I’ve been seeing red very often these days. It started early this year when The Guardian posted a picture of a bright red Jianhe River in Luoyang, China. The colour was caused by illegal wastewater discharges from chemical plants. Continue reading
A short film I made has won the best prize at the TU Delft Urban Water Movie Contest.
The murmurs heard a few years ago are now getting louder. The scientific community is worried and it may not be long before the mass media gets to another inconvenient truth. Continue reading
When a river is as revered as India’s Ganga (I find it hard to call it by its anglicised name), one struggles to understand why it is so polluted. Continue reading
It was the ultimate irony. The moon was bombed to find water. Prior to that, the discovery of water molecules in the moon had made it to the headlines of every newspaper.