Rejuvenation of dying rivers of India is a complex task. The key concern is people living in a river's vicinity, who are connected to it in myriad ways. While governments approach this task through policy measures, laws and regulations, non-governmental bodies have started from the other end, taking up small manageable portions of a river, and built sustainable water management systems. Both approaches are complementary and essential.
Take the case of the Pambar and Kottakariar rivers in southern Tamil Nadu..................Read more
Source: The Times of India