Coal power plant will destroy the environment in the Sundarbans

Rampaul coal power plant will destroy the environment in the Sundarbans 5877371446_6544d1d9e8_z
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Rampaul for coal and imported coal bidyutkendrera will be transmitted through the Sundarbans in! The Sundarbans through the thousands of tons of coal transport ships throughout the year will move.

The study of the environment iaie), according to the Center Rampaul for 47 million a year in the 0 tons of coal in Indonesia, and South Africa astreliya way to import from the sea. Amadanikrta Mongla ports by ship coal through the Sundarban Rampaul from the center of power should go. Sundarban is the largest ship in the depth of the river is suitable for cattle because of the large coal ship will bring up the Sundarbans Akram, Akram then point the coal shipped from multiple small laitareja manlabandare should go. Hirana points inside the forest for the 30 km river Akram points in the large vessels of up to 59 days and Akram Point about 67 km from the port of Mongla small laitareja ship thousands of tons of coal per year for 36 days to transport!

Samiksatei the environment has been acknowledged, the movement of ships to transport coal through the Sundarbans –
1) coal transport ship coal from the powder, broken / pieces of coal, oil, dirt, garbage, ship with a huge amount of contaminated waste water give off the river – the canal – will pollute the soil, including the entire Sundarbans;
Ii) Akram points inside the Sundarban small ship coal from the ship at the time of move namanora coal powder, crushed coal, water / fall to the ground – the ground into the air into the water – cause air pollution;
3) calacalakari ship dheuye duipasera the arrow will land degradation;
4) Coal and coal transport ship loading – unloading of machinery noise from the night will be;
5) Light the night in search of the ship when the ship disapprovingly of the Sundarban forests, including protected animals – birds jibanacakrera serious adverse effects and so on.

This all results in the transport of coal from the Sundarban describes the studies have been published optimism lanes international law, the law of conservation of the environment in the running, slow-motion movement of the ship, and you do not unnecessarily by lightning or unnecessary use of these controls are terrible Sundarban is the impact on the environment will be minor damages or samanya!

(Source: Proposed Coal Power Station Environmental Rampal study, Impact of coal transportation, transshipment and handling, page 293-294)


Sundarbans: the largest mangrove forest of the world.BUT!!

Sundarbans: the largest mangrove forest of the world

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Sundarbans mangrove forest is the largest in the world, and covers areas of India and Bangladesh for more than 80 kilometers in forming Sundarbans National Park, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
A third of this area is covered by water and marshes, as well Sundarbans since 1966 has been considered a sanctuary for wildlife because it is estimated that there live about 400 Royal Bengal Tigers and more than 30,000 deer in this area.
The forest lies at the feet of the Ganges and is spread across areas of Bangladesh and West Bengal, India, forming the seaward fringe of the delta. The seasonally-flooded Sundarbans freshwater swamp forests lie inland from the mangrove forests. The forest covers 10,000 km2 of which about 6,000 are in Bangladesh. It became inscribed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1997, but while the Bangladeshi and Indian portions constitute the same continuous ecotope, these are separately listed in the UNESCO world heritage list as the Sundarbans and Sundarbans National Park, respectively. The Sundarbans is intersected by a complex network of tidal waterways, mudflats and small islands of salt-tolerant mangrove forests. The area is known for the eponymous Royal Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris), as well as numerous fauna including species of birds, spotted deer, crocodiles and snakes. It is estimated that there are now 500[citation needed] Bengal tigers and about 30,000 spotted deer in the area. Sundarbans was designated a Ramsar site on May 21, 1992. The fertile soils of the delta have been subject to intensive human use for centuries, and the ecoregion has been mostly converted to intensive agriculture, with few enclaves of forest remaining. The remaining forests, together with the Sundarbans mangroves, are important habitat for the endangered tiger. Additionally, the Sundarbans serves a crucial function as a protective flood barrier for the millions of inhabitants in and around Kolkata (Calcutta) against the result of cyclone activity.
Sundarbans is home to many different species of birds, mammals, insects, reptiles and fish. It is estimated that there may be found more than 120 species of fish and over 260 species of birds and more than fifty species of reptiles and eight amphibians. Many tourists go there to see the Bengal tigers, saltwater crocodiles, leopards and snakes cobra.
Geographical data of Sundarban Latitude: 25.7667
Longitude: 88.7167
Average Height: 34
Time Zone: Asia / Dhaka
Title: Lugar Poblado