Developing countries around the world are expanding hydropower to meet growing energy demand. In the Brazilian Amazon, >200 dams are planned over the next 30 years, and questions about the impacts of current and future hydropower in this globally important watershed remain unanswered. In this context, we applied a hydrologic indicator method to quantify how existing Amazon dams have altered the natural flow regime and to identify predictors of alteration.

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The Lohit valley where the Demwe project will come up

Guwahati: The National Green Tribunal has suspended the forest clearance of the 1,750MW Demwe hydel project in Arunachal Pradesh.

In 2012, then Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan overruled the views of the expert members of the NBWL standing committee and granted it wildlife clearance.

Even as efforts are on to speedily move towards construction of proposed Indo -Nepal joint venture — Pancheshwar Multipurpose Project— resentment against the project continues to grow on ground in

Many governments are promoting a move away from fossil fuels towards renewable energy sources.

While the Government is focusing on the Pancheshwar dam project, numerous villagers hit by the construction of hydro power projects at Tehri, Vishnuprayag, Vishnugad-Pipalkoti and Asi Ganga are sti

Known for holding Africa’s third largest hydropower potential (after the DRC and Ethiopia), Cameroon bares itself as a potential solar attraction as well.

The Eastern Zone bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday asked the Union ministry of environment and forests to constitute a threemember expert committee to review the Lower Subansiri

121 families to get fully displaced; no provision of alternative site for the affected

Some Works Still Pending In Powerhouse, Tunnel: NHPC Sources

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