• Ganga is full of silt
    even at Gangotri

  • Creating a desert in MMR
    - at Uran -
    by destroying mangroves

  • Block sea water, allow mangroves
    to die , near
    Mumbai

  • Kill hill

  • #IamMangroveIamDying

  • ToI July 30, 2018

MUMBAI

CM acts on Nature Connect Complaint

All authorities jump into action as CM referes our complaint about mangrove destruction to Urban Develpment-2.

माननिय श्री:

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The NatureConnect.com has request's all to sign the change.org petition by clicking on this link

RIVERS

Top priority to inter-linking

The National Perspective Plan (NPP) was prepared by the then Ministry of Irrigation in August 1980 for transferring water from water surplus basins to water-deficit basins. Under the NPP, the National Water Development Agency (NWDA) identified 30 links (16 under Peninsular Component & 14 under Himalayan Component) for preparation of Feasibility Reports (FRs). The Pre-Feasibility Reports (PFRs) of all 30 links have been prepared and circulated to the concerned State Governments. After survey and investigations, FRs of 14 links under Peninsular Component and FRs of 2 links and draft FRs of 7 links (Indian portion) under Himalayan Component have been completed. Present status, States concerned, and benefits are given in Annexure. The Inter-Linking of River (ILR) programme has been taken up on high priority, says Union Minister of State for Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenationi Arjun Ram Meghwal.

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River Ganga

Govt. please act!

THIS MAIL WAS SENT TO MAHARASHTRA GOVERNOR C VIDYASAGAR RAO


Earth Day greetings from Sri Ekavira Aai Pratishtan - NGO fighting for the cause of environment.

We would like to draw your attention to an imminent danger of another ecological disaster with reckless destruction of hills and mangroves in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai.

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Greens ask Govt, builders to save hills, mangroves

Call for prudent quarrying, responsible debris dumping


Raising yet another alarm against all round environment degradation, activists have asked the state and local governments to work together to maintain ecological balance while undertaking development projects.

Pointing out that the reckless quarrying of Parsik Hills for stone chips for the entire Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) has dealt an irreparable damage to the once picturesque range, environment NGO Shree Ekavira Aai Pratishtan (SEAP) and communicators body Public Relations Council of India (PRCI) have  called for finding out alternative sites.

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