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Eau et adaptation au changement climatique en milieu urbain

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Une stratégie intégrée du fleuve:  l’eau est un bien qui doit être intégré dans son espace naturel

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Biotechnological Water Sanitation for constructed wetlands through Phytodepuration

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Wastewater treatment Plants are essential tools in the actions to control pollution of water bodies and groundwater, since through it a large amount of residual contaminants and microorganisms are removed. For this reason and faced with the increased demand of water use, the State Water  and Sanitation Commission of Tabasco (CEAS) has opted for innovation in the treatment system using constructed wetlands that will be briefly described below, as well as changing the image of the sanitation system aimed at the development of the “constructed wetlands” eco-park, being this a source of inspiration for other institutions to step up their actions, and to achieve motivating population at large, creating a social movement in favour of  the flora and fauna as well as a clean environment.

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People’s movement on ‘ Ente Maram Padhathi ’ (My Tree programme)- a case study from India.

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The objective of Ente Maram Padhathi (My Tree Programme) is to increase the tree cover outside the forest area and to inculcate love for trees and environment among the younger generation.The Project ‘ Ente Maram Padhathi ’ is a joint programme of Dept. of Forests and Dept. of Education. The scheme is for tree planting with involvement and participation of school children. Under this novel scheme all students (from Standard V to IX, all over the State) participated in planting of trees in their own household compounds and in the places available to them near by; and nurturing them.

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A framework and a list of 80 major mitigation options for reducing nutrient emissions from agriculture for Europe

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The Water Framework Directive (WFD) which regulates water resources requires improvement to the quality of surface water and groundwater. In the past many measures have been implemented to reduce the contribution of point sources, and as a result diffuse pollution from agricultural became more important. The solution consists in undertaken a scientific evaluation of the suitability and cost effectiveness of different options for reducing nutrient loss to surface and ground waters at the river basin scale, including their limitations in terms of applicability under different climatic, ecological and geographical conditions.

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