Nishikant Gupta

Applies imaginative thinking backed by scientific data to convey vital messages to relevant stakeholders at various levels of governance.

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Water-related disasters and health impacts: the need for resilient approaches

It will not be farfetched to say that the adverse impacts of human stressors, (e.g.…

Climate change, water scarcity and women

Every morning as the first rays of the sun pierced through her window, Radha used…

Artificial Intelligence (AI): An additional tool to combat water-related disasters?

Given the global projected change in critical climatic variables, e.g. up to a 4°C increase…

Impacting Local Economies And General Wellbeing: The Snowballing Sphere Of Water Crisis

A ‘crisis’ can be broadly defined as “a dynamic state which has the potential to…

Protecting Our Groundwater Resources: A Support-system For Millions

Groundwater provides numerous benefits: be it for domestic use obtained through tap water and tube…

Freshwater fish safe zones: a conservation strategy for river ecosystems

‘Freshwater fish safe zones’ (FFSZs), can be defined as ‘river reaches important for biodiversity maintenance…

Climate change and water resources: are we prepared for impacts?

Aquatic resources have multiple functions – soil fertility maintenance, transportation, resources development and wildlife conservation,…

‘Examining Stakeholders’ Views & Opinions for River Conservation in India – a case study from Pune, Maharashtra

An online survey conducted between 2016 and 2017 to assess the views and opinions of…

An Emerging Concern for Freshwater Scientists

A recent paper published in the International Journal of River Basin Management entitled, “Non-native fishes in…