A NEW BEGINNING

 






A rich harvest

IN FOCUS

On the right track?
Groundwater or poison?
Punjab, ready for desi solutions
Saga of tanks


CAMPAIGN

Ways to destroy
Squatters or owners?
VIPs strangling Dal
Restoring Bis Hazari
Lakes in News

WATER LITERACY

For water security
The facilitator
Let us try this out?
Water carnival


INITIATIVE

Sabdoo, surging ahead
Pioneering work
Reasserting rights
Haryana documents
Mission possible


FACE TO FACE


JAL BIRADARI

Common sense, makes sense
Unflinching faith


NEWS FROM GUJARAT

Jal bachao yatra
Checking salt ingress
Water accounting


NEWS FROM CHENNAI

Legally armed
Cultivating temple tanks
Syndicate residency’s endeavour Optimising benefits


JAL YODHAS

P K Senapati
Surinder Bansal
Shree Padree
Anil Rana
M N Mitra


CSE'S LATEST DESIGNS

TECHNOLOGY

Fog collectors
Techno tit bits


FUNDING AGENCY

CLASSROOM

WATER WISDOM

NEWS FROM ABROAD

South Africa: Water apartheid
Kenya:
Drought busting
Japan: Water wizards
Turks & Caicos Islands:
A unique system
Nepal: Spouts return

WATER IN NEWS

REDERS SPACE

CSE'S LAKENET

BOOK/DOCUMENTS

VISUAL WATCH

WEB INFO

NOTICE BOARD

GLIMPSES FROM DTE

EVENT


   
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Vol. 4     

No. 6 

December 2002-January 2003



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Map India 2003 is the sixth annual international conference cum
exhibition on mapping technologies. (www.mapindia.org)
Jointly organised by GIS development, Survey of India and others, from January 28 - 31, it aims at enhancing public awareness about the use of Geographic Information System (GIS) through seminars, technical sessions and trainings. To promote young enterprising mappers, five awards will be given. The four day meet at Inter Continental, New Delhi, plans to direct foreign investment in Indian GIS industry.


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CSE’s Pollution Monitoring Laboratory is an independent analytical research facility. Individuals and institutions are encouraged to get their food, water and air tested, at a nominal cost. Lab also shares the result of the scientific analysis to raise public awareness. (For details: Rashmi at rashmi@cseindia.org)


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Indian soils are in bad shape. And, its story has never been a part of the Grand Fictions that comprise the nation’s 56 year existence. Shocking, yet completely unsurprising.It touches us everyday, but we remain distant from it. A basic unit of human - nature interaction, it generates complex equations of survival and wealth, equity and polity. Why not call it the Last Action Hero? How nuked would we be if our Hero loses its strength? FInd out in detail in January 31 issue of Down to Earth, as CSEreporter TVJayan investigates.

We would like to introduce our Catch Water readers to Down to Earth (DTE). It is a unique multi-disciplinary newsmagazine, which focuses on scientific and technological developments with emphasis on matters relating to environment.

DTE is now available online at www.downtoearth.org The subscribers are also extended a unique opportunity to access its archives - all the issues since May 1992. Free of cost. So, what are you waiting for? Fill the attached subscription form and send in your request.

Be a part of CSE’s eco conscious group.


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