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  • When it comes to managing huge piles of waste, Indian metros have a monumental task in hand. As per 2011 figures, Delhi is the biggest waste generator with 6800 tonnes of waste being produced daily. Lessons from other countries show that these mountains of waste will only grow bigger as India g...
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  • Steep fall in water table worries Tamil NaduGround water level has fallen sharply even in Coimbatore and Theni, the districts abutting the forested Western Ghats region. Across the state, water table has fallen by 0.5 metres to 2.3 metres in the last one yearWater level in Narmada dams hits record l...
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  • 110 nations sign the treaty that bans mercuryUN adopts Minamata Convention that sets to phase out production and use of mercury by 2020. World Bank praises MNREGAThe World Development Report 2014 commends the rural employement scheme as a perfect example of economic development and poverty alle...
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  • China's water diversion plans causes worry to IndiaConcerned about the fate of proposed hydropower projects in Arunachal Pradesh, India expresses its doubts over China's ambitious scheme to divert Brahmaputra's water. Govt declares first marine eco-sensitive zoneIndustrial activity pr...
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  • Venue Alappuzha, KeralaOrganizersCommunity Environmental Resource Centre, ATREE supported by the Ministry of Environment and ForestsBackgroundWetlands are the cradle of human civilisation and most productive ecosystems on earth. India has approximately 67,429 wetlands, covering 18.4% of the country...
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  • I am involved in the implementation of the Wetland Conservation Programme. This programme started in 2007 and aims at protecting the Vembanad lake ecosystem, promoting conservation and sustainable use and protecting livelihoods. It also aims at educating stakeholders and creating awareness among the...
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  • I have an open well that is around 35 feet deep. The water leval ranges from 5 feet to 30 feet depending on the seasonThe water has to be pumped over a distance of 500 meters to a tank that is about 20 feet higher than the well leval. Please let me know the following detailsWhat is the type of pump ...
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While India continues to be besieged by waste, a new book on waste management looks at how a minimal waste society can be created.

When it comes to managing huge piles of waste, Indian metros have a monumental task in hand. As per 2011 figures, Delhi is the biggest waste generator with 6800 tonnes of waste being produced daily. Lessons from other countries show that these mountains of waste will only grow bigger as India gets richer. And with this, how we manage our waste is going to change as well.

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Steep fall in water table worries Tamil Nadu

Ground water level has fallen sharply even in Coimbatore and Theni, the districts abutting the forested Western Ghats region. Across the state, water table has fallen by 0.5 metres to 2.3 metres in the last one year

Water level in Narmada dams hits record low

110 nations sign the treaty that bans mercury

UN adopts Minamata Convention that sets to phase out production and use of mercury by 2020. 

World Bank praises MNREGA

China's water diversion plans causes worry to India

Concerned about the fate of proposed hydropower projects in Arunachal Pradesh, India expresses its doubts over China's ambitious scheme to divert Brahmaputra's water. 

Govt declares first marine eco-sensitive zone

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Alappuzha, Kerala

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Community Environmental Resource Centre, ATREE supported by the Ministry of Environment and Forests

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March 3, 2013 10:00AM - March 5, 2013 6:00PM

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I am involved in the implementation of the Wetland Conservation Programme. This programme started in 2007 and aims at protecting the Vembanad lake ecosystem, promoting conservation and sustainable use and protecting livelihoods. It also aims at educating stakeholders and creating awareness among the lakeside residents, interested citizens and policy makers about the qualitative deterioration of the lake water. This programme is being implemented in the southern part of the lake beyond Thannermukkom barrage where water pollution issues are very severe.

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I have an open well that is around 35 feet deep. The water leval ranges from 5 feet to 30 feet depending on the season

The water has to be pumped over a distance of 500 meters to a tank that is about 20 feet higher than the well leval. Please let me know the following details

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