Flood fury: writing was on the wall

Uttarakhand is all too familiar with disasters. A look at the man-made factors that have aggravated disasters in the past, and have yet continued unchecked

Published: Thursday 20 June 2013

Down To Earth   Environmental geologist K S Valdiya lives in Uttarakhand and keeps a tab on the changing geological processes in the Himalayan region.
Down To Earth   Shalini Dhyani travels to Chinyalisaur to find out how heavy rains coupled with rise in water of Tehri dam has devastated the area.
Down To Earth   Findings on possible adverse impacts of Vishnugad Pipalkoti hydropower project may not become public till Maha Kumbh gets over
Down To Earth   Floods hit power projects in Himalayan states; plans for more raise safety concerns
Down To Earth   Wildlife Institute of India report warns against ecological impact of dams in Uttarakhand
Down To Earth   Environment ministry clears hydro project rejected twice by its advisory committee
Down To Earth   Erosion may be speeding shift





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