Urban Waters is a platform that aims to bring together the collective knowledge, experience, and practice of many individuals, communities, practitioners, citizen activists and researchers working on the issues of water in cities in India. It seeks to inform, guide and provide resources aimed at making us water-literate, community-oriented problem solvers who can act responsibly to protect our common urban water resources.
Wipro recognises the need to look beyond water use efficiency measures within its campus, and towards addressing the challenges of collective stewardship of our urban common water resources, especially our groundwater aquifers and local lakes. It was this shared interest that has brought Wipro, Biome Environmental Trust, ACWADAM, Care Earth Trust and Hyderabad Urban Lab Foundation together in partnership to try and understand how to collectively manage urban water resources.Read More
Events and Programs
Urban Water – City Maps
The individual city maps provide visual representations of city rainfall, geology, topography, location of public wells/springs and other water bodies – as well as intervention locations. Where possible, they may also contain administrative boundaries and information of watersheds.