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Conservation of environment through better utilization of water resources in Kenduguri area of Jorhat district, Assam

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Introduction:
Today’s society is placing high amounts of pressure on our environment – whether it be for transport, housing, food, entertainment, or work, we are constantly impacting on our natural environment. Some of the visible forms of negative impacts of humans are:
• pollution in our waterways and on our beaches,
• litter,
• loss of native bushland,
• destruction of our marine environment,
• rapidly decreasing water supplies,
• disappearance of native animals, and
• polluted atmosphere affecting our health.

Clean, abundant and affordable water does not exist in many parts of the world today.

There is mounting evidence that more people in more places ultimately will face severe water shortages, and available supplies in these venues will be highly contaminated or very expensive.

In light of these dire facts and forecasts, a publication addressing the use of water for landscaping purposes may seem extraordinarily short-sighted at best or highly selfish at worst.
A vast array of plant, social and environmental scientists has documented that when landscapes are properly designed, installed and maintained, relatively small amounts of water are required to achieve substantial benefits. In return for the proper amount of water they require, sound landscapes provide functional, recreational and aesthetic benefits that advance immediate and long-term personal and social well-being. These landscapes also help to purify contaminated waters as they recharge available supplies.

We are just now beginning to understand that the price of eliminating landscapes in the name of water conservation can be high. For example, when properly maintained landscapes are absent, fires spread more rapidly, floods ravage larger areas and the accompanying erosion from both types of catastrophes further spoils the environment and water supply. Any real or perceived water savings gained by eliminating landscapes can prove fleeting indeed.
The objectives of the study are as below:
• To study the amount of damage occurs from a misuse of water.
• To explore the steps taken to conserve water
• To find out the ways of enhancing the efficiency, effectiveness, and cost: benefit of preparedness and responses to the environment conservation.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 63
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
WATER CONSERVATION
RAINWATER HARVESTING
WATER CONSERVATION
WATER USE AND CONSERVATION: PERCEPTION VS. REALITY
RESEARCH FINDINGS ABOUT URBAN WATER CONSERVATION
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
NEED FOR THE STUDY
CHAPTER 2: OVERVIEW OF THE DISTRICT
CHAPTER 4: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
RESEARCH DESIGN
NATURE OF DATA SELECTION
THE SAMPLE
SAMPLING TYPE
DATA ANALYSIS METHOD
CHAPTER 5: DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
FINDINGS
CONCLUSION
SUGGESTION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
ANNEXURE I: QUESTIONNAIRE
ANNEXURE II: REFERENCES


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