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Save This Land

Author Name: Nachiketa Das | Format: Paperback | Genre : Outdoors & Nature | Other Details

Save This Land discusses some topical issues of the environment. In each of the six chapters, a topic is chosen, the problem is analysed, the dangers are described and the solutions are presented with an appeal to all for proaction to save this land. The imminent desertification caused by deforestation of land, amply served by the monsoon, must be averted by the construction of hundreds of thousands of micro-dams. The threat of sea level rise needs to be combated by undertaking a massive project of Coastal Works. The Ganga could remain perennial only with significant reforestation and strengthening of lateral and terminal moraines in the Himalaya. “When rivers die, civilisations die,” and this land faces an existential crisis because of the rivers choked to death by a vast deposition of sediments that need to be excavated for their revival. The Hirakud Dam on the Mahanadi must be revived too. Bodies of good clean drinking water are the heritage of humanity and they are getting polluted. The water quality is paramount and must be maintained.

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Nachiketa Das

Professor Nachiketa Das is a scientist, an academic, an administrator, a creative writer, a practitioner of Kaya Yoga and an activist to save this land. Professor Das is dedicated to the promotion of water conservation, groundwater recharge by the construction of a very large number of micro-dams, the excavation of rivers, afforestation and preservation of water quality. Professor Das also promotes international relations and the quality of human life worldwide. 

Professor Das possesses an outstanding academic career that includes an M.Sc. in Geology (Environmental Sciences) from the Jawaharlal Nehru University of New Delhi and a Ph.D. in Geochemistry from The University of Glasgow in Scotland. Professor Das was an Officer of Harvard University, where he conducted pioneering postdoctoral research on the chemical evolution of oceans. 

Dr. Das worked as the Professor of Geology of Ravenshaw University and is a Visiting Professor at the Hiroshima Kokusai Gakuin University. Professor Das is also the President of a Hiroshima-based company, Hiroshima Energy and Minerals Kabushiki Kaisha.



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