Dheer Bhatnagar is 21 years of age and currently studying law at the National Law School of India University in Bangalore, India. He resides in New Delhi, where he completed his school term. Also interesting in Mooting, Model UNs and Sports, Dheer has also worked on multiple projects as part of his social responsibility. Many Indians rely on traditional sources of water for their needs. However, due to depletion of these resources, misuse of water resources and irresponsible use, over a billion Indians are now facing increasing water shortages. Through the grant from the Resolution Project, Dheer's team – also consisting of Surbhi Kuwelkar and Aditya Kumar, has constructed a successful rainwater harvesting pilot model on our University Campus, with two catchment areas and a well, which we wish to expand further to surrounding areas. Through these efforts, the University Administration was convinced that this model could be duplicated and spread to cover the while campus. The Project has received support from the Government’s University Undergraduate Commission, several other local agencies and the University Administration. Over the next few months, new structures will expand the reach of the project to cover most of the University campus, translating into savings of millions of liters of precious rainwater.