Rajsamand District

Pollution in Kerala river, growing water scarcity worldwide and increased hydropower projects in the north east are the highlights of this week’s news.

People warned to stay away from river

Karamana river in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, once the pride of the city, has a signboard asking people to keep away from her. The pollution of the river has reached a state where medical officials have been forced to post posters on her banks, announcing to people that the river’s waters are polluted.

Can we satiate our world's growing thirst?

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Comprehensive groundwater Atlas of Rajasthan published by the Central Groundwater Board

CGWB's groundwater atlas all the basic information regarding Rajasthan's groundwater including the following:

  1. Administrative Information
  2. Geomorphology
  3. Hydrogeology
  4. Ground water potential zones and development prospects
  5. Water level trends
  6. Ground water potability and contamination
  7. Irrigation through various sources

 

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The company's environmental efforts include reduction in water consumption, adoption of clean processes, enhancing green belt and resource conservation

This presentation describes the efforts at environmental management at  JK  Tyres, Kankroli, plant. Environmental management at JK Tyre's Kankroli plant is seen in a holistic perspective that covers a spectrum of activities: discharge elimination, leakage elimination, air emission reduction, effluent discharge, adoption of clean processes, energy conservation, optimization of fuels and oils, recycling, recovery and reuse, process waste reduction, enhancing green belts and resource conservation.

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Eight micro-watersheds, distributed over different agro climatic zones of Rajasthan were studied for their performance in terms of biomass gain, landuse change and changes along drainage line

This study presents a remote sensing based rapid watershed health appraisal of NWDPRA watersheds of Rajasthan. The study area is distributed across 8 agro-climatic zones ranging from desertic western plain to humid southern and south-eastern plain. The satellite data prior to treatment year (1988) was compared with post-treated year (1996), to reveal the noticeable changes over a span of 8 years.

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