DAMS, RIVERS & PEOPLE Magazine: July – Sept 2014, Oct 2014

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Two latest editions of SANDRP’s magazine “Dams, Rivers & People” are available online: http://sandrp.in/DRP_Jul_Sep2014.pdf and http://sandrp.in/DRP_Oct2014.pdf.

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The contents two issues are listed below.

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Index Oct 2014 issue

Page No
1 Why is the IIT Consortium acting like a hydropower lobby?

1

2 National Green Tribunal’s Fourth Foundation Day: Why such a pro hydro bias?

7

3 Dibang ‘Insensitivity’ Analysis

10

4 “Strengthen and not dilute Environment Laws”

12

5 MoEF&CC discourages Additional Studies during Environmental Clearance

15

6 Massive Impacts of Ramganga Project

18

7 Narmada Estuary needs protection

20

8 Local Initiatives for drought-proofing Maharashtra

25

9 Rupin HEP okayed despite problematic EIA

29

10 Appeal to revoke the unjustified decision to increase SSP Dam height

31

 

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Index – July Sept 2014

Page No
1 Manipulating Environment & Forest Clearances for Dibang Project: A Deja vu of LSHP: Will it be a tragedy or a comedy?

1

2 Review of environment laws is necessary but the TSR Subramanian HLC lacks credibility

11

3 J and K Floods: How much of the disaster was man made

14

4 Yettinahole Diversion Project DPR: New Avtaar, Old Problems

17

5 Riverfront Development in India: Cosmetic make up on deeper wounds

22

6 Varanasi’s Ganga Wastewater Management: Why has it remained such an Intractable Problem?

26

7 A Photo Essay on the impacts of blasting & tunneling for hydropower projects in Chamba & Kinnaur districts in Himachal Pradesh

31

Hope you enjoy reading.

 SANDRP

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