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Water Conservation

Biodiversity exhibition on wheels

Equipment malfunction: school boys tray to examine a slide under a microscope, only to realise it was out of order Read also: Convention on Biological Diversity Photographs by: Meeta Ahlawat

Biodiversity exhibition on wheels

Different coaches have been coloured differently Read also: Convention on Biological Diversity Photographs by: Meeta Ahlawat

Biodiversity exhibition on wheels

Visitors were given information about different birds' nesting habits Read also: Convention on Biological Diversity Photographs by: Meeta Ahlawat

Biodiversity exhibition on wheels

The science exhibition has been mounted on a 16-coach air-conditioned train Read also: Convention on Biological Diversity Photographs by: Meeta Ahlawat

Biodiversity exhibition on wheels

Visitors to the exhibition appeared very curious about the exhibits Read also: Convention on Biological Diversity Photographs by: Meeta Ahlawat

Biodiversity exhibition on wheels

The aim of the mobile exhibition is to create awareness about India's biodiversity, climate change and water and energy conservation Read also: Convention on Biological Diversity Photographs by: Meeta Ahlawat

Biodiversity exhibition on wheels

Students from a Haryana government school travelled all the way from Faridabad to view the exhibition Read also: Convention on Biological Diversity Photographs by: Meeta Ahlawat

Biodiversity exhibition on wheels

The mobile exhibition showcases biodiversity and climate change and will travel to 57 locations across India Read also: Convention on Biological Diversity Photographs by: Meeta Ahlawat

Biodiversity exhibition on wheels

The Science Express Biodiversity Special (SEBS) train spent four sunny days at the Delhi cantt station Read also: Convention on Biological Diversity Photographs by: Meeta Ahlawat

An Act to commodify water

Posted on: 5 Dec, 2012
Meghalaya's draft water Act omits conservation and management from the sustainability point of view Meghalaya has joined the august band of states that have legislated on water resources. Its draft water Act has a lot on “management”, but nothing on protection or conservation even though the Act purports to be about water and not just its management. The notable difference is that the state's Act does not differentiate between ground, surface or rain water while nearly a dozen other states have Acts specifically to manage groundwater.
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