1.8 billion – that’s how many people on our planet are currently living without access to clean drinking water. One of the biggest culprits in this problem is water pollution. Luckily, there are people like Ramveer Tanwar setting an example and taking action to solve this crisis!
New Delhi: In Greater Noida’s Dabra village, a number of inhabitants have grown up to gradually witness the local ponds being encroached upon.
With India’s water levels declining every other minute, it is the remotest regions of the country which have been facing the worst of this crisis.
India News: Ramveer Tanwar, who has a BTech in mechanical engineering, recently quit his job with a multinational to focus on a cause dear ...