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Last Updated Tuesday November 21 2017 10:01 AM IST
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Let's mend our ways and save mangroves

Kerala once had extensive patches of mangroves along its west coast. A majority of them were lost following deforestation, human encroachments, soil drifts and natural calamities.

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Bharathapuzha down to a trickle

The drying up of the river during most part of the year, particularly in the summer months, has resulted in acute drinking water shortage in the three districts.

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How Kerala is keeping its sunny side up

Even as another major hydro-power project would be too costly for the state in terms of money and ecology, the sun offers solace for the Keralite whose power consumption is set to only increase in the coming years.

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