Preservation of Rivers and Ponds

Preserve river and source

Started by SERGIO TERUEL on
18 Oct 2012 at 15:18
Mr., Director Executive - IVG
Know-how: Sustainable Development, Greenhouse Gas Reduction, Renewable Water Resources, Solid Waste Disposal, Environment Protection and Pollution control, Environmental


Manon Bachelin
Hi to all.
Sorry to use your discussion, but I would like to know if anyone is aware of studies/projects on river revitalization in developping or transitional countries.

I come from Switzerland and work in that field. We do a lot all around the country. I have a littre study to do on those projects around the world, do you have any links, exemple?!

Thanks you so much.
Yogesh Agrawal
Thanks everybody. You may like to read my article about protection of water resources like rivers at . As regards revitalisation of rivers, I will say it is being done by the Government of Rajasthan under High Court directions in Jaipur ( Rajasthan state of India) for Amani Shah Ka Nalla and Ramgarh dam
Fabian Haas
Yes, we need to preserve the natural rivers and onds, they are essential to clean water and keep biodiversity high. My experience here in Kenya is, that even GIZ has no interest in that, despite having a big water programme. They think about water only when its in a pipe. That neglects a lot of possibilities for a good and healthy supply!

best Fabian Haas, kenya
Hi to all.

I do not formulated the discussion, sorry.

I am part of a group ( that formulating studies in the metropolitan area of Campinas - São Paulo - Brazil.

I would like to know if anyone is aware of studies on payments for environmental services, for recovery, for maintenance and conservation of these areas.

Thanks to all.
zaeem ahmed
what if the natural fresh water stream is converted into a drain! and if its flood plain is decreasing and also is the cause of urban flooding ?
Nathaniel Dkhar
Source vulnerability assessment, catchment area treatment
Yogesh Agrawal
How it can be done? Will you like to elaborate?
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