The Following Similar Representations are sent to

  1. Ministry of Environment
  2. Ministry of Power
  3. Ministry of Shipping
  4. Ministry of Water Resources
  5. Ministry of Tourism
  6. World Bank

Main Representation

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Annexures

  1. Extracts from Planning Commission Working Group on Flood Management  Download
  2. Extracts from Kalyan Rudra, The Encroaching Ganga and Social Conflicts  Download
  3. Riverine Changes and Human Vulnerability in the ‘Chars’ Of Malda   Download
  4. Report by WWF on IPCC 4th Assessment Report  Download
  5. Sea Level Changes by National Institute of Oceanography   Download
  6. Threats to the Sundarbans Mangrove  Download
  7. Report of Standing Committee on Water Resources 2013-14 Download
  8. Report of Disaster Management Department, Government of West Bengal Download
  9. Runoff sensitivity of Ganges River Basin by Md Monirul Quader Mirza Download
  10. MOWR Report on Effect of Climate Change  Download
  11. WWF Report on Ganga Basin’s vulnerability to Climate Change Download
  12. Report from Economic Times dated Jul 19, 2014 Download
  13. News Report from PatnaDaily.com dated 05 Oct 2013 Download
  14. Report from CIFRI on Hooghly Estuary Download
  15. Statement by Four Shankaracharyas Download
  16. Cost Benefit Analysis, Report of Ganga Flood Control Commission, 2004 Download
  17. Draft Guidelines of Cost-Benefit Analysis by IIFM Download
  18. Passive Use Values by John Loomis Download
  19. US Geological Survey, Effects of Dams on Mississippi River Download
  20. US Government Accountability Office, Mississippi River   Download
  21. Report on USACE Cumulative Study of Barrages on the Mississippi Download
  22. Report by John Tibbetts on Louisiana Wetlands Download
  23. Article from Popular Science Download
  24. Report by Institute of Agriculture and Trade Policy Download

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