Ppt on modern methods of rainwater harvesting

Bharti Bhavsar Coordinator Water & Natural Resource Management Campaign SEWA Presentation of Sewa’s Millennium Campaign :- Women, Water & Work.

– 252 meetings Exposure visits - 21 visit Detailed Activities To develop, maintain, revive and manage traditional and modern sources of safe water with women controlling the same. Education and Awareness Building at local levels. Building community capacity to/Sustainability Active involvement of the grassroots women and their capacity building ensures that the outputs and impacts of the campaign are sustainable. For instance, women are trained how to maintain the roof rainwater harvesting structures, water /


Objectives: Students will apply the six themes of history to the Middle Ages. Students will discover how Charlemagne reshaped life during the Middle Ages.

medicine, law One of most influential medieval scholars, Thomas Aquinas Keenly interested in works of ancient philosophers, especially Aristotle He tried to use Aristotle’s methods of logic to prove existence of God Thomas Aquinas Aquinas’ use of intellect and logic / developed into three-field crop rotation system One field planted in spring for fall harvest Another field planted in winter for spring harvest Third field remained unplanted for year Rotation Each manor included fortified house for noble /


ESD in India – towards broad-based teaching, learning and evaluation of students by Marjorie Fernandes Associate Professor, Dept. of Economics Janki Devi.

Methods/Forms How far does it contribute to broad-based education Broad-based Education Education involves the integration of the three aspects of teaching, learning & evaluation of/EE – diverse activities using traditional & modern media of communication aimed at conservation, protection and management of the env. which in turn is/ Waste Management Programme & Production of Organic Manure, Installation of a Solar Bench, Proposal to install a ‘Rainwater Harvesting System’ Outside College Activities: Students/


Did You Know? More than 35% of the Earth’s surface is used, at least indirectly, for harvesting food and other materials.

of the Earth’s surface is used, at least indirectly, for harvesting food and other materials. Did You Know? Globally, about 60% of food is produced using rainwater, 40% using irrigation. Did You Know? In one day, a cow consumes 35 gallons of water, 20 pounds of grain, and 35 pounds of/ You Know? The first application of modern scientific methods to plant reproduction is credited to Gregor Mendel in the mid- 19 th century. Mendel’s research focused on the identification of particular traits in garden peas, /


A historical dimension of climate and climate change Hans von Storch Institute for Coastal Research GKSS Research Center Germany Stockholm, 16 October.

scientists claimed that the water levels of rivers would fall continuously. This led to questioning of the assumption of constant climatic conditions — in modern terms: interdecadal natural variability —/ stays relatively humid. Forests slow down the swift runoff of the rainwater and store the water in the ground which is then/ harvests, the balance of trade of countries and shifts in the political predominance of nations. Brückners methods are mainly limited to the exploratory statistical analysis of time/


The sector of the economy that seems likely to unravel first is food. Eroding soils, deteriorating rangelands, collapsing fisheries, falling water tables,

harvested late) They supply 77% of the world’s food and use 11% of the land. 2.______________________________ ______________which supply 16% of the world’s food and use 26% of the land. About 69% of/of the green revolution. Since 1978 the amount of irrigated land per person has declined due to: Depletion of underground water supplies. Inefficient irrigation methods. Salt build-up and cost of irrigating crops. Genetically Modified Food Genetic Engineering (faster): isolation of/areas where rainwater leeched /


1 William P. Cunningham University of Minnesota Mary Ann Cunningham Vassar College Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for.

Remediation - using chemical, physical, or biological methods to remove pollution while causing as little disruption/41 Chesapeake Bay Restoration Important species of fish and shellfish have declined dramatically. The oyster harvest is 1% of what it once was. / here, is just a hole filled with rainwater. It quickly became re-vegetated with invasive /of modern Western economics - Capitalist System - Market competition between willing sellers and buyers is believed to bring about the greatest efficiency of/


CHAPTER 15 All end of chapter questions due on Tuesday, February 19th.

methods Modern Irrigation methods may save riversModern Irrigation methods may save rivers – Low-pressure spray irrigation sprays water downward – Drip irrigation systems target individual plants Match crops to land and climate Eliminate water subsidies Selective breeding and genetic modification to produce crops that require less water Eat less meat Residential demand can be reduced Install low-flow faucets, showerheads, washing machines, and toilets Rainwater harvesting/ enforcement of regulations /


Southeast Asia. Aside from physical commonalities, peninsula and island countries of SE Asia share deep cultural past, related to but separate from.

of silt. Commercial farming on large tracts of deforested land using mechanization, irrigation, and chemicals, reduces need for labor. Many commercial farmers achieved dramatic boosts in harvests (especially of/ of Malacca (shortest passage between Britain’s empire in India and China). 19 th century- Britain extended rule over rest of modern Malaysia/ of economic deprivation and political repression. Throughout SE Asia, employment in ag. declining since new production methods introduced that increase use of/


Unit One – Seeds of Culture

of Central America Slash and burn - Mayan farmers cleared dense rain forests and built raised fields that caught and held rainwater. Mayans grew beans, maize, squash, fruit trees, cotton and flowers. Religion - polytheistic: priests performed sacrifices and ceremonies for good harvests/. Southwest Anasazi - Native Americans from modern day Arizona and New Mexico Grew maize, beans, and squash Developed irrigation methods Lived in pueblos, aboveground houses made of heavy clay called adobo Built kivas, /


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. SWBAT Problems of water supply and solutions.

of reverse osmosis takes place. An average modern reverse osmosis plant needs six kilowatt-hours of electricity to desalinate one cubic meter of water. The process also results in an amount of/picture are being irrigated using the "drip irrigation" method, which is the most common type of "microirrigation." If you look closely youll see the/ toilets Rainwater harvesting = capturing rain from roofs Gray water = wastewater from showers and sinks Water lawns at night We can save hundreds or thousands of gallons//


APES Flashcard Review 2. What are examples of biological hazards? Any type of pathogen (viruses, bacteria, protist, fungi)

Converting waste to less hazardous forms using chemical, physical, or biological methods. Also incineration. Landfilling waste in a safe, secure facility. Areas underground where water is stored in layers of gravel and sand… Aquifers/groundwater Ex. The Ogalala in the / polyculture or organic farming techniques Use rainwater harvesting What are ways to save water in residential and industrial? Fix leaks in pipes and water mains Increases prices for water Require the use of water meters Recycle water used in /


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. SWBAT Problems of water supply and solutions.

of reverse osmosis takes place. An average modern reverse osmosis plant needs six kilowatt-hours of electricity to desalinate one cubic meter of water. The process also results in an amount of/picture are being irrigated using the "drip irrigation" method, which is the most common type of "microirrigation." If you look closely youll see the/ toilets Rainwater harvesting = capturing rain from roofs Gray water = wastewater from showers and sinks Water lawns at night We can save hundreds or thousands of gallons//


WINES FROM GASCOGNY. In Gascony, in the South West of France, there is a place like no other: the Domaine La Hitaire. The Domaine is situated in the "Côtes.

harvest Protection against oxidation (transport of grapes in airtight tanks) Skin-contact maceration for 8 to 12 hours in temperature-controlled pneumatic presses Cold storage in temperature-controlled tanks at -2°C to preserve the wines’ freshness Bottling upon order to ensure consistent quality Light, easy-drinking wines (10.5 tp 12% alc.) THE ENVIRONMENT Sustainable growing methods Use of natural fertilizers Rainwater recycling Treatment of/


South Asian Conference on Sanitation (SACOSAN IV) By: Ms. Shaheeda Adam Ibrahim Director General Water and Sanitation Department Ministry of Housing and.

level in the form of a thin freshwater lens. These island aquifers lie at a depth of 1-1.5 meters below the surface Rainwater harvesting is the primary source of drinking water in 90% of the outer islands with/ & Compost used for agriculture/gardening Environment Friendly methods Access to safe sanitation facilities in outer islands No. of Islands Challenges Lack of institutional and financial capacity for establishment, operation and management of water and sewerage services Providing services to all the/


GBDC Reflection Workshop 10-11 April 2013 ….an area of unique human and agro-ecosystems….. ….home to 38 million people…. AAS in the “Southern Bangladesh.

have improved understanding of and have improved access to modern science and technology /rainwater and freshwater homestead collection and storage Improve integrated agro-ecological farming systems Livestock Fodder (variety testing, animal health, markets) Testing of/of new varieties, low input use Demonstrations Participatory selection Training Share crop system (1/3 of harvest/methods Train on PAR processes, gender equity, monitoring tools and technique Provide thought leadership and documentation of/


A renowned name in the field of PRE ENGINEERED BUILDING (PEB) utilizing the most Hi-Tech solutions An ISO 9001:2008 Registered Company RICHA INDUSTRIES.

methods help reduce interim financing costs through faster construction and minimised field erection expense. An added benefit is earlier occupancy of /of project timeVirtually maintenance freeSingle-source responsibilityInsulated from sound and heat, as per the requirementBetter rainwater harvesting through gutters and down-take arrangements Applications of/  Largest PEB facility in north India using the newest and most modern machinery equipped with CNC Plasma cutting, automatic H-beam welding lines, CNC/


KONSERVASI DAN PANEN AIR HUJAN

BAIK Think beyond the rain barrel: This simpler, cheaper approach to rainwater harvesting will help you harvest much more water for your garden! By Cheryl Long. August/September 2012 Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/modern-homesteading/rainwater-harvesting-zm0z12aszhun.aspx#ixzz2IGyDrW4J Harvesting rainwater to use for growing vegetables makes a great deal of sense. Unfortunately, the most common method of rainwater harvesting isn’t the most effective. Typically, gardeners invest in a/


MK. PSDA PENGELOLAAN DAN PANEN AIR HUJAN

BAIK Think beyond the rain barrel: This simpler, cheaper approach to rainwater harvesting will help you harvest much more water for your garden! By Cheryl Long. August/September 2012 Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/modern-homesteading/rainwater-harvesting-zm0z12aszhun.aspx#ixzz2IGyDrW4J Harvesting rainwater to use for growing vegetables makes a great deal of sense. Unfortunately, the most common method of rainwater harvesting isn’t the most effective. Typically, gardeners invest in a/


Bahan kajian: PENGELOLAAN TANAH UNTUK PRODUKTIVITASNYA smno.psdl.ppsub.2013 MK. MSLPW – Manajemen Sumberdaya Lahan dan Pengembangan WIlayah.

in the farming systems of Kamwezi, Southwest Uganda. In (eds.: S.R. Briggs, J. Ellis-Jones and S.J. Twomlow) Modern methods from traditional soil and water conservation technologies. Proceedings of a DFID land management / Evaluation and promotion of rainwater harvesting in semi-arid areas of Tanzania. Research report. First interim technical report. Tanzania: Sokoine University of Agriculture. (Report prepared for IDRC, Canada). TAJAS. 1999. Special issue on rainwater harvesting for crop production /


Green Economy What is the Green Economy? The “green economy” refers to economic sectors that are focused on environmental sustainability. The green economy.

credits. MEMANEN HUJAN Rainwater harvesting is the gathering, or accumulating and storing, of rainwater. Rainwater harvesting has been used /of waste. METODE PENGELOLAAN LIMBAH Landfill A properly-designed and well-managed landfill can be a hygienic and relatively inexpensive method of disposing of/modern air pollution control systems and continuous emissions monitors. This type of incinerator is sometimes called an energy- from-waste (EfW) facility. METODE PENGELOLAAN LIMBAH Resource recovery The process of/


By Prof. Rameshwar Rao, Vice-Chancellor, JNTUH, Telangana State, India. Dr.M.V.S.S.Giridhar, Assistant Professor, CWR, JNTUH, Telangana State, India.

Impact of artificial recharge of rainwater WATER!!!!!!! THE PRECIOUS GIFT OF NATURE CONSERVE IT!! DO NOT WASTE IT!! Water is indispensable for life and more so for man. The need for water is felt more and more for better living in modern times/ the underground aquifer a collection area a conveyance system filtration system storage facility Methods of Rain Water Harvesting Components of Rainwater Harvesting System Catchment area Conveyance system First rain separator Filter unit Storage Delivery system Usage/


Environmental Technology Systems Awareness Learning Tool

system installation. . Where the existing consumer unit is of a modern type, and has a spare connection circuit point available/of a Type AA air gap arrangement in a rainwater harvesting system? To prevent backflow of stored rainwater into the wholesome water supply Why is labelling and marking of rainwater harvesting pipework and outlets important? To minimise the risk of incorrect use of harvested rainwater and/or the possibility of cross-connections between wholesome water systems and harvested rainwater/


Bubu Pateh Jallow LDC Expert Group UNFCCC Technology Expert Meeting 5 th April 2008 Arnoma Hotel Bangkok, Thialand.

Research methodologies and results already available for adoption which is relatively cheap Rainwater Harvesting and irrigation of agricultural lands (Bhutan, Burundi, Gambia, Malawi, Cambodia) Rainwater harvesting and storage, Irrigation and Remote Sensing equipment and technologies are required Rainwater harvesting and storage, Irrigation and Remote Sensing equipment and technologies are available Rainwater harvesting and storage will safeguard farmers from water shortages and thereby improving household/


Social Issues and Environment By Mrs. Vaibhavi H. Apte.

and Commercial lighting- Malls, offices, hotels. Private and Public transport. Modern life style: electronic gadgets. Industries Waste disposal Prevention and Control of pollution Effects  Unequal distribution of energy  Power cuts and load – shedding  Demand energy from/ groundwater supply. This has become a very popular method of conserving water especially in the urban areas. Rainwater harvesting essentially means collecting rainwater on the roofs of building and storing it underground for later use. /


Social Issues and The Environment FROM UNSUSTAINABLE TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Until two century ago the world looked at economic status alone as a measure.

June to September. However most of the rainfall get loss in the form of surface run-off. Rainwater harvesting can be done by any one of the following methods:  By storing rainwater in tanks or reservoir above or below ground.  constructing pits, dug-wells, lagoon, trench or check-dams or small rivulets.  By recharging the groundwater. Modern techniques for Rain water Harvesting: In roof top rainwater harvesting, which is a low/


Eco – Friendly Homes and Technology

solar architecture. Solar Air – Conditioners. Solar water Heaters. Rain water harvesting. Water as a source of coolant. Efficient climate control systems. Modern waste management system for recycle and reuse. Piped Natural Gas. Wind/harvesting and saving methods to harness and tap this natural resources for use thereby decreasing the pressure on natural resources. Rain water harvesting is one of the most primitive, cost efficient and simple method of water harvesting. Rainwater harvesting maximizes rainwater/


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s Outlook, which offers a panoramic view of Spot Bay. Two lighthouses can be seen on the trail – one modern and the other from the 1930s. Interesting/ natural fresh water resources. Thus, drinking water supplies must be met by rainwater catchments. As a result, it is sometimes necessary to ration or very carefully/harvested in a method that ensures limited by-catch on non-target and endangered species that has a method of catch which ensures there is limited habitat loss associated with the harvesting method/


The 20th centurys greatest engineering achievements

the growing rivalry between the two inventors for the eventual title of "father of modern television." 1933 FM radio Edwin Howard Armstrong develops frequency modulation, /methods for land and resource management to more efficient planting and harvesting to the development of better crop varieties—offer the potential solution to the endemic problems of/ Dysart Botts develops a reflective paint for marking highway lanes. When rainwater obscures the paint’s reflective quality, Botts develops a raised marker/


L/O/G/O Chapter 9: FOOD “In simplest terms, agriculture is an effort by man to move beyond the limits set by nature.” Lester R. Brown President, Worldwatch.

because the water used for irrigation is saltier than rainwater, when it evaporates it leaves behind the salt; /do not get fertilized Integrated Pest Management This is a modern method of controlling pests on crops (see handout) Not designed to /methods of aquaculture include: oyster farms and fish farms-ponds that contain fish at specific stages of development by using clean water to bring in oxygen and remove CO 2 and fecal matter, grow until maturity and then are harvested Aquaculture…con’t Another type of/


NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are the sources which are useful to man or can be transformed into a useful product. Natural resources are classified.

are heavy. Preventive measures (or) avoid of deforestation (or) methods of conservation of forests 1.New plants of more or less the same variety should be planted to replace the trees cut down for timber. 2.Use of wood for fuel should be discouraged. 3./coming out from kitchen, bath tub, can. be used for watering the plants. 6.Build rainwater harvesting system in your house III. Conservation of soil 1.Grow different types of plants, herbs, trees and grass in your garden and open areas, which bind the soil /


I am blue, but not the sky If you touch, I doesn’t remain Every day you taste me and like me Without me, it is difficult to survive Then who I am? Let.

very sad What is the method of collection of rainwater called as ? (list in your worksheet ) Click here to view video on rain water harvesting What is meant by rain water harvesting? (List down in your worksheet) Traditional way of rain water harvesting This is called as BAWRI Bawri was also the traditional way of collecting water Modern way of rain water harvesting PROCESS OF RAIN WATER HARVESTING Sketch of rainwater harvesting process Which are the different/


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of in-plant waste water reuse Installation of waste treatment systems Reusing condensates Installation of spring valves Pressure management in system Reduction of leakage, zero liquid discharge Compliance with environmental regulations Agricultural rainwater harvesting/Jal Nigam at Kanpur, India Technology WTP’s with conventional treatment methods-sedimentation, filtration, chlorination PSF / ACF, DM Plants RO /Non ferrous material, Highly Equipped Tool Room, Modern Machinery India’s largest test bed having a/


By Cameron Miller, Alex Bruno, Luc Shay and Brendan Weyhe

labor than other methods Require high operating pressures and high power pumping units. Alleyways are required in the crop. Wind seriously affects the distribution pattern. Supplemental irrigation (SI) Highly efficient practice Great potential for increasing agricultural production and improving the dry rainfed areas In the drier environments most of the rainwater is lost by evaporation The rainwater productivity is extremely low Water harvesting can improve/


Focus Area 5A3 Issues in Australian Environments

of the worlds largest exporters of farm commodities such as wool, wheat, sugar, cotton and beef. Agriculture has been the most environmentally damaging industry. The European methods of farming, pastoralism (the use of/death. The first flush of rainwater from urban catchments is often full of contaminants, wastes and nutrients/to harvest runoff from small areas of the catchment of an individual property. Government regulation of /modern plants. In other locations the best option is to opt for maximum reuse of/


Water Management https://store.theartofservice.com/the-water-management-toolkit.html.

https://store.theartofservice.com/the-water-management-toolkit.html Stormwater - Integrated water management 1 The development of the modern city often results in increased demands for water supply due to population growth, while at the / of sewage tankers during this period. These methods facilitate environmental damage, health problems, and the spread of epidemics and diseases in the village. This waste water also contaminates the groundwater and water collected in household cisterns (rainwater harvesting /


1.4.9 Human Impact on an Ecosystem 1 Pollution. 2 Human Impact on Ecosystems We are going to look at 3 ways that humans affect ecosystems: 1.PollutionPollution.

rainwater to form carbonic acid – pH = 5.5 in unpolluted air Acid rain refers to very acidic rain with a pH of/of fossil fuels burned Using catalysts to treat chimney gases (‘scrubbers’ are fitted to the insides of chimneys) Catalytic converters fitted to modern cars Developing alternative ‘clean’ energy sources 23 Learning check List some of the effects of/methods of management of fish wastes e.g. composting, anaerobic digestion, recycling of/ and eutrophication After harvesting a lot of tree debris (called/


TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENT (THM 317)

. In contrast, resources such as timber (when harvested sustainably) or metals (which can be recycled) / and jet skis, is an ever-growing problem of modern life. In addition to causing annoyance, stress, / drought-resistant, native plant species; • Compost garden waste; • Collect rainwater for watering; • Avoid pesticides, insecticides and chemical fertilisers; • Reduce / OF ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT 11 4 Life Cycle Assessment Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a method of assessing the environment impacts of a/


1 ARCHIVAL MUSEUM for SHYAMA CHARAN LAHIRI FOUNDATION Project Report © Project : Sri Saumya Acharyya.

meters. It ha s proven to be an effective method for stabilising temperature and humidity within a range acceptable for/of the institution as a separate block 8SECURITY BLOCK(200 SFT)300000.00Near entry point to the site 9LOCKER ROOM(400SFT)600000.00Near site entry for visitors to deposit bags etc. 10ROADS&PATH5000000.00Paved,Metal topped, gravellised etc 11WELLNESS CENTER(3000 SFT)6000000.00Proposed on site as a separate block 12SITE DRAINAGE,RAINWATER HARVESTING 4000000.00Peripheral Rainwater Harvesting/


Phoenix Convention Center Phoenix, Arizona Net Zero for the Army Reserve Sustainability Track Getting to Net Zero: Energy, Water and Waste Amy Solana Pacific.

Decade Agenda Program Overview Execution Methods Common Recommendations Example Analysis Conclusions /modernization, O&M) 13 Example Net Zero Results Summary NZ Category Capital Cost ($) Utility Cost Savings ($/yr) O&M Cost Savings ($/yr) Future Annual Utility Cost ($/yr) Utility Cost Savings (%)SIR Energy$378k$48k-$780$48k100%1.9 Water$7k$0.5k$40$1k44%1.9 Waste$1.4k $820$5k30%15.6 TOTAL$386k$50k$80$54k92%2.0 Summary of/also present opportunities (e.g., rainwater harvesting) Behavioral changes and top-down/


Diabstraksikan oleh: Smno.psl.ppsub.agst2012. ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Diunduh dari: ……………… 6/12/2012.

greenhouse operations 6.Recreational takings such as for golf courses and bait harvesters in some areas. Diunduh dari: https://docs.google.com/viewer?a/of waste. The idea of minimization is not centered on technological advances, it can be viewed a method of managing existing resources and technology in order to maximise the efficiency of/use of modern economic tools to study problems that traditionally are in the province of political science. From the perspective of political science, it is the subset of /


FLAGSHIPS PROJECTS DISCUSSION Gauteng Climate Change Forum - 12 February 2016.

of subsidized rainwater harvesting tanks 6.Manufacturing and distribution of subsidized bicycles (schools) WONDERBAGS A non-electric portable slow cooker Continues to cook food that has been brought to the boil by conventional methods for up to 8 hours without the use of/ and others) WONDERBAGS - BENEFITS WASTE TO ENERGY The process of treating waste using modern combustion and biological technologies to recover energy for the generation of electricity. SALGA and GIZ, a German Cooperation Agency, are /


ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN & ENGINEERING Bahan Kajian MK. Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Lingkungan Smno.psdl.ppsub.des.2013.

History and use of green roof Modern green roofs, which are made of a system of manufactured layers deliberately /of runoff and slow the rate of runoff from the roof. It has been found that they can retain up to 75% of rainwater/of an autonomous building which takes care of its own water and waste. Hydroponics and other alternative methods can expand the possibilities of/harvesting food which, when processed, generates biodegradable waste, and when eaten, generates sewage. In most of the world, this kind of/


BET India Module 1 Understanding the Links between Ecosystem Services and Business Main Presentation December 2012.

value – BASF The results Three different methods – providing habitats and food supply to local species, reforestation and education programs. The expected outcomes are:  Demonstrate that modern and registered crop protection and good agricultural/ of the quarrying activities.  Capturing and preserving freshwater  Implementation of several measures to improve water management in the area, through rainwater harvesting, and converting the mined-out pits into artificial lakes and wetlands.  Interlinking of /


Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Chapter 16.

out of coal, plant material or cooking oil  45% of new passenger sales in Europe  Modern diesel engines/uses recycled building materials, rainwater collection, nontoxic paint, glues…  Living or green roofs: capture energy, rainwater, green space  Straw/of collapse Can provide flood control below dam Uproots people Decreases fish harvest below dam Provides irrigation water Decreases flow of/ method of hydrogen production Hydrogen Is a Promising Fuel but There Are Challenges (2)  Production and storage of/


Prime Minister Krishi Sinchai Yojana (PMKSY) Actions and Way Forward Alok K Sikka Deputy Director General Natural Resource Management Division Indian Council.

and contribute to reducing GHG emissions in meeting INDC target.  Conjunctive use and management of canal, groundwater and harvested rainwater in canal commands  In hard rock areas groundwater recharge should be emphasised in DIPs. /Structures Laser Land leveling, Zero-Tillage & Resource Conservation Technologies Location specific groundwater recharge Modern Irrigation Methods (Drip & Sprinklers) Conjunctive use of good and poor quality GW / wastewater Laser Land Levelling Raised Beds Mulching Zero /


MEDIS is supported within the Programme on Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development, Part A: Environment and Sustainable Development, Key Action.

water for water-intensive sectors  Reduce losses  Eliminate loss of water to sea (SGD)  Reduce losses and contamination of water in distribution networks (e.g., on Cyprus: annual loss of 40 Mm 3 = 15% of total demand; 23% of total domestic demand; in Paphos: 30%)  Increase utilisation of additional water resources  Waste water recycling  Utilisation of brackish water  Rainwater harvesting  Reduce water consumption  Water pricing; quotas  Incentives (subsidise water/


Mk. LANDUSE PLANNING Soemarno- ppsub 2 maret 2013 GREEN MANMADE AREAS.

is a method of using wood only where it does the most work,/of the basement, these appliances can assist in the heating of the house. Windows The typical home loses over 25% of its heat through windows. Since even modern/of civilization is to make better use the sun-lit tops of our buildings. Today in Philly there is a green revolution taking place. People are beginning to use their roofs in a lawn/garden capacity. Plants and soil are installed on the rooftops to "harvest" sunlight, rainwater/


Practice Session: Harmony in Nature. 2 Human Society – Society based on Relationship, Co-existence Human Target – As an Individual Human Target – As a.

Modern Medical Science  Lower infant mortality  Longer Lifespan  Healthier / More purposeful? Eg. population of bees is a function of/of a Study Project in dimension 3-production-work "Sourabha" is located in southwestern part of Bangalore (Vijayanagar). Plot area is 2400 Sq. ft. (40 ft. x 60 ft.) Constructed1995 Entirely dependent on rainwater/biodiversity. The method of forest management /of Food 20% of all life produced on land every year is harvested for human purposes 14-16 kg grain & 21,000 litres of/


APPLIED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT: NRM 323/324 ; LWR 406 N.L Mufute, LWRM Department, MSU

given below. These approaches are complemented by soil and plant conservation strategies. Water Harvesting This technique involves the trapping of rain water and its storage. Some of the basic methods of harvesting water are as follows; Construction of dams to impound streams and rivers, Diversion of water from small streams to the fields through the use of earth ridges, Inter-basin transfers e.g using tunnels and canals Collection/


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