WASTEWATER. It’s common enough in a bustling city such as Bangalore and yet one man’s waste holds untapped potential for another. In the small town of Vijayapura, nestled on the edge of the city, water scarcity and distribution are a daily struggle. The farmers of this vibrant little town have been among the first to feel the effects of climate change but some, such as Muniraju, have recognised the subtle power of wastewater as a sustainable solution.
(Isabella Porras, Jamie Camilleri and Josh Pulford / Bangalore, India).