Something as basic as modifying what’s printed on water bills could yield big benefits.
Prateek Sibal is a Charpak Fellow at Sciences Po, Paris and pursues studies in Public Policy with interest in Politics, Economics and Technology. He has worked with Members of Parliament in India as a LAMP Fellow and holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from VIT University, Vellore.
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