Posted by: Bob Payne | September 30, 2011

Protecting natural resources: course of a river movement

The protection of natural resources is core to the concept of sustainable development, where socioeconomic development must be accompanied by environmental protection, so that the needs of the future are not compromised. Once a vibrant water body, the Saraswati River in West Bengal has decayed due to both natural and human factors. The attempt to revive the river is therefore a significant case to study as there is much academic interest in water – a significant natural resource. It also puts forward a vision of sustainable development.

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  1. Fully agree. such efforts are in progress in different parts of the world and an effort to encourage networking of such ventures will help in sharing of resources, exchange of expertise and experiences ,enhancement in benefits and over all sucess of these efforts


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