The Nanmangalam Lake in South Chennai is a pristine habitat with its sources from the upstream tropical evergreen forest. The lake is today being abused with non-degradable trash. A citizen movement over the last 4 years is focussing on cleaning up and reviving this water body. Environmentalist Foundation of India (E.F.I) has been volunteering towardsContinue reading “Nanmangalam Lake – Chennai”
A sprawling flat water body in South Chennai, the Madambakkam Lake is battling all urban troubles to give you and me freshwater. Volunteer for the Madambakkam Lake with E.F.I, together let us conserve this freshwater body for our Future. மாடம்பாக்கம் ஏரி, சென்னையின் முக்கிய நீர் அடையாளங்களில் ஒன்று. நகரமயமாக்கலின் ஒவ்வொரு அடியையும் தாங்கிக்கொண்டு தமக்கு தொடர்ந்து நீர் தரும் ஒருContinue reading “Chennai’s Madambakkam Lake”
Environmentalist Foundation of India (E.F.I) along with the Covai Post presents to you a series of short videos on Coimbatore’s Lakes. Join us in understanding our lakes better. When we know our lakes better, we conserve them effectively. Volunteer for Coimbatore’s Environment with E.F.I. Jai Hind. Contact: Sanjay Prasad, EFI Coimbatore Ph: 97873 02646Continue reading “Coimbatore’s Lakes – Kolarampathy Lake”
It’s a known fact that our city’s water bodies are in dire straits today – a fact acceded to by the people as well as the civic agencies – and the lakes that dot the suburban areas of Chennai and the adjoining districts are no exceptions to this. The water bodies in these districts –Continue reading “Tale from Korattur”
Become a guest writer for http://www.lakesofindia.com. Together let us conserve our lakes for our future. Let us write, talk, shoot and click photos of our lakes. By popularizing our lakes, we should be able to conserve them with increased awareness. Volunteer for India & her Environment with E.F.I. Jai Hind.
Chennai’s southern suburbs face a unique predicament. In summers, neighbourhoods such as Pallavaram and Keelkattalai suffer from an acute and crippling shortage of water, but come monsoon and they are sinking waist-deep in it! At the centre of this twin-crisis is the problem of the region’s several lakes that have disappeared over the last few decades, orContinue reading “Keelkattalai Lake: A sorry symbol of South Chennai’s creeping water crisis”