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Water Crisis is a Global Phenomenon - Sweden too is facing this!

Started Jul 28 0 Replies

And it's not only India, where we are witnessing worsening fresh water availability .. Sweden too, which never had to face such a situation earlier is facing a water supply crisis .. potentially,…Continue

Climate Change is For Real!

Started Jul 27 0 Replies

The twenty first century has been breaking climate records every year .. 2014, 2015 and 2016 were the three warmest years ever recorded .. 2017 is potentially going to be warmer than those… We noted…Continue

Bangalore and It's Water Crisis!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Biplob Chatterjee Aug 2. 2 Replies

Bangalore faces an interesting predicament. The city gets 660 million cubic meter of water through rains annually. The aquifers provide 90 million cu m. Cauvery reservoirs provide 490 million cu m.…Continue

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Biplob Chatterjee replied to Biplob Chatterjee's discussion Bangalore and It's Water Crisis!
"You are absolutely right, Susan! That's a lovely video you have created.We have worked quite a bit in Gurgaon in last year or so, for the water security requirements of some large establishments. We were horrified to see that water…"
Aug 2
Susan Sharma replied to Biplob Chatterjee's discussion Bangalore and It's Water Crisis!
"The predicament of Gurgaon is not very different https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEaGXHFR95o"
Aug 2
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Cauvery - A Dying River?

Slight exaggeration and populist tone in the article saying Cauvery is a dying River .. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/cnainsider/as-a-river-dies-india-could-be-facing-its-greatest-human-9060070And there are commentaries and comments by celebrity environment workers .. but drying up of Cauvery is indeed a big concern .. loads of different solutions have been…See More
Jul 28
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Biplob Chatterjee replied to Biplob Chatterjee's discussion India Inc Appeals to Govt to Ease Environmental Curbs ... Should the red flag go up automatically!! in the group Sustainable Mining Club
"@ Mr. Gopi Kanta Ghosh .. I think it will be simplistic to assume that India Inc's demand is to freely pollute and pillage the nature .. India Inc knows very well that the days to easily get away with it are gone.. I would be keen to consider…"
Aug 17, 2014
GOPI KANTA GHOSH replied to Biplob Chatterjee's discussion India Inc Appeals to Govt to Ease Environmental Curbs ... Should the red flag go up automatically!! in the group Sustainable Mining Club
"A demand for freedom to pollute and destroy environment"
Aug 17, 2014
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India Inc Appeals to Govt to Ease Environmental Curbs ... Should the red flag go up automatically!!

India Inc has appealed to Mr. Modi to ease "obstacles" for application of enviromental statutory provision on industrial operations in India (see attached link below)Industry probably has a point - it could not wait for ages for the statutory processes to work, if they are expected to commit a capital. And many a times, the wait in the past made them vulnerable to corrupt practices.However, on the other extreme, can an environmentally sensitive, sub-tropical, primarily agrarian country of 1.2…See More
Aug 16, 2014
Manoshi Goswami replied to Biplob Chatterjee's discussion Mining and corruption in India - this cannot be a sustainable practice! in the group Sustainable Mining Club
"No doubt India has strict environmental laws, but what I feel is that lack of transparency and control of decision making process by the vested interest politicians has made it a joke. So, we require a effective EIA process, transparent, accountable…"
May 14, 2013
ASHOK KUMAR SAHOO replied to Biplob Chatterjee's discussion Mining and corruption in India - this cannot be a sustainable practice! in the group Sustainable Mining Club
"I do agree that Indian regulatory system is quite stringent and should be more stringent.But on the other hand it is creating oppertunity to earn illegal money for related officials in associated with approvals,grants for leasing and…"
May 12, 2013
Chandra Kishore left a comment for Biplob Chatterjee
"Happy Brithday Biplob. Hope you are enjoying your work. Do share the knowledge and resources with us at Indian Environment Network."
Jul 11, 2012
Biplob Chatterjee replied to Madhvendra Shukla's discussion Aluminium footprint
"Madhavendra, I would be looking for more data... I would be keen to know about the substitutes which can work better than aluminium... we know that bauxite smelting is energy intensive. However, aluminium also replaces steel in many industries ...…"
May 14, 2011
Biplob Chatterjee replied to KANNA KUMAR SIRIPURAPU's discussion Poverty Breeds Pollution !! ??? Hillarious!!
"Which James Jacob you are talking about! I know of a horse (with blinkers) and a frog (from a well)...   I would press Ctrl-Alt-Del .  "
Dec 17, 2010
Biplob Chatterjee commented on RAGHAVA's blog post Role of EIA Consultants - Healthy or ?
"Raghava, that's actually a great suggestion! MoEF can think of creating or allowing an independent EIA by an independent "Competent or Qualified Environmental Consultant". The consultant, though paid for the job by the enterpreneur,…"
Oct 28, 2010
Biplob Chatterjee replied to Chandra Kishore's discussion Indians have the most Green Behavior in the world!
"Statistically, yes! We are one of the most green nations in the world, with environmentally sustainable behaviour. However, I have a hunch that it's directly attributable to our standards of living, and that's certainly not by our choice.…"
Oct 28, 2010

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About me
am a geologist by profession. I am associated with mining industry for more than three decades now.

Currently I am heading Geovale Services (www.geovale.com), a team of consultants working globally in the domains of mineral exploration, mining, hydrology and hydrogeology and sustainable development services for mining


My profession has taken me to almost every nook and corner of India (I have worked for some duration in 26 different states in India), and to many different parts of the world. Some of the most exciting places of work have been oil exploration in the Arabian Sea, geological mapping and mineral exploration in Assam and Arunachal Himalayas, mineral exploration in the Kimberleys of Australia, in the Arctic Canada and Scandinavia and in the deserts of Sahara and Western Australia.

I love people, I love life - life in all forms - various facets of life.
My Green Mission
Sustainable Mining and Development; Sustainable Fresh Water Management
Organization that I belong to
Geovale Services
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http://www.geovale.com
Current Job title/ Field of Study (if you are a student)
CEO and Director (Geology)
Educational Institution Last Attended/ Attending
NIT, Raipur, Chhattisgarh and Duke University (North Carolina)
Personal Website
http://geovale.com
Area of Expertize/ interest
Mineral exploration project management; conceptual mineral targeting to detailed mineral exploration leading to resource modelling, evaluation and feasibility studies; also a specialist in mineral exploration and mining related health, safety, environment and community issues; ground water and hydrology

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Cauvery - A Dying River?

Posted on July 28, 2017 at 5:55am 0 Comments

Slight exaggeration and populist tone in the article saying Cauvery is a dying River ..



http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/cnainsider/as-a-river-dies-india-could-be-facing-its-greatest-human-9060070



And there are commentaries and comments by celebrity environment workers ..



but drying up of Cauvery is indeed…
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At 10:31am on July 11, 2012,
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Chandra Kishore
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Happy Brithday Biplob. Hope you are enjoying your work. Do share the knowledge and resources with us at Indian Environment Network.

At 12:24pm on June 5, 2011, Dr. Satish C Tripathi said…

Dear Mr. Biplob,

      The Society of Earth Scientists (SES) is organizing a Multidisciplinary National Conference on “Science of Climate change and Earth’s Sustainability: Issues and Challenges” on scientists-people partnership basis at Lucknow from 12-14 Sept., 2011. You are invited to participate in the conference and present your research work on the related topic. We are expecting a good gathering of eminent scientists and leaders supporting the cause of the SES. Your presence and active participation will provide us strength and support. Limited travel grant may also be provided to non-funded participants depending upon quality of their work.

The abstract submission date is 30th June’11.

Hope to receive your co-operation and support in successful organization of the event.

Kindly also forward this circular to your co-worker and other scientists of your domain.

Regards

Satish C. Tripathi

india.ses@gmail.com

At 4:38pm on September 20, 2010, Vijay Kallur said…
Hi Biplob,
I was on a BD trip to India in August and came through Bangalore. But I did not have your contact details and stayed in Bangalore only for a day. Here is my email address; please send me an email. I need to discuss something with you.
vijay.kallur@snclavalin.com

Best Regards,
Vijay Kallur
At 12:49pm on September 30, 2009, Vijay Kallur said…
Thanks for your response Biplob. You were in Vancouver quite recently. I have been here since 1995. I am part of the Environmental Division within SNC Lavalin...but I am connected to other divisions such as Power, T&D and Mining and Metallurgy. Let me know if we can be of any help.
 
 
 

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