Technology Breakthroughs for global water security: A deep dive into South Asia
A man walks beside a canal in Punjab state, India. Photo by Roger Sathre.
By Roger Sathre, Sai Madhavi Antharam, Michela Catena, Shashi Buluswar
Water-related challenges are increasing in severity and global extent. They affect the developing world in particular, no more so than in South Asia which suffers from physical water scarcity, economic water scarcity and poor water quality. This report describes the water security problems facing South Asia, and comprehensively identifies the existing and emerging technology levers necessary to address these challenges.