Paradigm Shifts: Building Regional Guidance and Capacity Development Action Plan for Climate Resilience and Water Security in Ramanathapuram District, Tamil Nadu, India


Water security is the key medium for assessing the early climate change impacts and is critical to attaining any type of long-term economic and societal growth. High groundwater depletion, salt intrusion in coastal regions, and rising water use in home, agricultural, and industrial activities all have an impact on climate change and water stress in the Ramanathapuram district of Tamil Nadu, India.

Women, children, refugees, indigenous people, and individuals with disabilities suffer significant risks from water insecurity, which includes vulnerability due to natural catastrophe. Challenges of assessing the threats that climate change brings to Ramanathapuram’s water security are examined, as well as viable recommendations and adaptive methods.