Krishna river saves Chennai
Krishna river saves Chennai, rain halts life in Bangalore and doctors rescue the Yamuna are the highlights of this week’s news. sabitakaushal posted 8 years ago

Kerala welcomes the monsoons!

The monsoons finally hit Kerala on June 1, bringing respite for the drought-ridden southern state. Things are looking up this year with an expected 98% of rainfall in the state.

Monsoon hits Kerala
Cool off at Kuruvadweep island
This photo essay showcases Kuruvadweep island, a picture- perfect summer getaway in Kerala. Seetha posted 8 years ago

Wayanad Map - Kuruwa DweepWhat’s the best way to find out if a spot is ‘touri

The Kabini as it flows through Wayanad (Source: Seetha Gopalakrishnan, IWP)
Call for papers for the Young Scientist Award- The Kerala Environment Congress - Organised by the Centre for Environment and Development, Thiruvananthapuram, , August 12-14, 2013
CED is organizing the 9th Kerala Environment Congress (KEC 2013) as a National Workshop on 'Culture and Heritage for Environment Management’ sabitakaushal posted 8 years ago



Centre for Environment and Development (CED)

About the workshop

Water belongs to the state, not country!
Bihar against the central water policy, youth against proposed Kerala hydro-electric project and creation of economic sensitive zones are the highlights of this week’s news. sabitakaushal posted 8 years ago

Bihar opposes Centre’s proposed water policy

Let water remain a state subject - Bihar
Rare floral diversity in the Western Ghats forests
Many plants are in equal danger of becoming as extinct as some animals. Does anyone care? (not verified) posted 8 years 1 month ago

A fluttering butterfly or a dashing cheetah immediately bring vivid images to mind. Does the image of a plant stir us as much? Are we as fascinated watching a flower bloom? Probably not. Maybe that’s why there is such a large focus on endangered animals and birds and not so much on plant species that are dying out.

Workshop on Appropriate Rural Technologies, Thiruvananthapuram, May 17, 2013
This workshop aims to identify the gaps in rural technologies in Kerala and acts as an open forum for discussion of various issues faced by organizations and institutions working there. sabitakaushal posted 8 years 1 month ago


Better sanitation facilities in industrial townships than in Metros
Mixed results from the National Urban Sanitation Policy survey, Goa's polluted groundwater level and the water deficit in Tamil Nadu are in the limelight this week. sabitakaushal posted 8 years 2 months ago

20 out of 423 cities score well on sanitation issues

Karnataka tops the nation in managing rural drinking water scheme
Country topper in managing rural water scheme and states adopting the new version of the National Water Policy hog the limelight this week. sabitakaushal posted 8 years 2 months ago

Karnataka emerges as top performer in managing rural drinking water schemes

Model Groundwater Bill lays responsibility for protecting the resource from contamination primarily with the states concerned - Roundup of the week’s news (March 11- March 17, 2013)
The roundup this week includes news on the formulation of the model bill for groundwater development in India, sabitakaushal posted 8 years 3 months ago

the drought situation in Maharashtra, the traditional rainwater harvesting system in Rajasthan. Besides this, the news also includes reports on the campaign to save the Loktak lake in Assam and mangroves in Sundarbans, the water supply schemes in Kerala and the dropping of groundwater levels in India

New bill to control groundwater exploitation

Mapping of Groundwater level
Mapping of groundwater level in Kerala. iwpsuperadmin posted 8 years 3 months ago

Groundwater level in kerala is visualied through mapping for the year 2002 - 2004