—Water footprint is a multidimensional indicator,
showing water consumption volumes by source and by type of
pollution; all components of a total water footprint are specified
geographically and temporally. The issue of water scarcity in
India is getting serious day-by-day. Water scarcity is fast
becoming urban India's number one woe, with government's
own data revealing that residents in 22 out of 32 major cities
have to deal with daily shortages. In this paper the authors
calculate the water footprint in Indian dairy industry to assess
its water intensity.
—Water scarcity, water footprint, dairy industry,
The authors are with Madras School of Economics, Gandhi Mandapam
Road, Chennai -600025, India (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Zareena B. Irfan and Mohana Mondal, "Water Footprint Analysis in Dairy Industry in India," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 7, no. 8, pp. 591-594, 2016.