DTE Reportage: How Joshimath has rung alarm bells across India’s Himalayan states

Down To Earth tracks ground situations in Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal, Sikkim, Assam and Manipur
Changla Pass, Ladakh. Photo: iStock
Changla Pass, Ladakh. Photo: iStock
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Sikkim, also in eastern Himalayas, is plagued by unchecked development & lacks strong civil society to voice concerns
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Considering the long-term nature of the ongoing project, it is necessary to adopt regulatory and monitoring mechanisms at the vulnerable slopes
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Environmentalists warn of Joshimath-like fate, say stop power projects in the state
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Unchecked construction, destruction of karewas and illegal riverbed mining pose threats to the region's ecology
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Arunachal Pradesh is highly susceptible to landslides; debris flowing downstream will change river behaviour, fear experts
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More than an average of 300-600 cars visit Pangong lake every day, passing through some of the most fragile ecosystems in the region
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