1st Edition

Interlinking of Rivers in India Issues and Concerns

    Inter-basin water transfers are complex human interventions on natural systems that can have profound adverse as well as beneficial social, economic and environmental implications. India‘s plan to interlink its rivers (ILR) and to transfer water may, according to one set of views, generate positive benefits through improved and expanded irrigation

    Interlinking Rivers in India: Issues and Concerns Interlinking of Rivers: Experience from Across the World The Vital Link The Interlinking of Indian Rivers: Questions on the Scientific, Economic and Environmental Dimensions of the Proposal A Systems Approach to Interlinking Rivers in India: An Examination of Viability Impact of the Interlinking of Rivers on Nepal: A Critical Analysis Modeling the Interlinking of the Ganges River: Simulated Changes in Flow India’s Energy Future and Interlinking of Rivers Potential Public Health Implications of Interlinking of Rivers in India Living in the Downstream: Development in Peril Assessment of the India’s River Linking Plan: A Closer Look at the Ken-Betwa Link Implications of Climate Change in South Asia on Interlinking Project of Indian Rivers Interlinking of Rivers in India: International and Regional Legal Aspects The Indigenous Knowledge Systems of Water Management in India Water-Based Cooperation in the GBM Region with Particular Focus on Interlinking of Rivers in India Could Bangladesh Benefit from the River Interlinking Project? Hydrological Impact on Bangladesh of Chinese and Indian Plans on the Brahmaputra.


    M. Monirul Qader Mirza, Ahsan Uddin Ahmed, Q.K. Ahmad