Nature-based solutions for waterbody rejuvenation: a perspective on holistic & sustainable approaches
22 August 2019

New Publication: Approach to Waterbody Rejuvenation – A Perspective

Front cover of Approach to Waterbody Rejuvenation - A Perspective

Front cover of the knowledge document

Over the past couple of years, BORDA partner CDD Society has had the opportunity to work on a number of waterbody rejuvenation (WBR) projects in India. Each project has varied in scope, presenting CDD with different kinds of challenges and providing several opportunities to learn and hone its WBR skills. In the process, CDD has developed a defined approach to rejuvenating a waterbody.

In 2019, through a project supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), CDD Society had the opportunity to capture these learnings in a new publication on waterbody rejuvenation. This knowledge document, titled “Approach to Waterbody Rejuvenation – A perspective”, is now available.

This publication is aimed at private-sector, government and other stakeholders involved in waterbody rejuvenation, enabling them to learn from CDD Society's experiences in the field. The publication is also intended to help decision makers and corporate social responsibility (CSR) funders learn more about CDD and its expertise on waterbody rejuvenation.

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Generic Strategies & Interventions: A page from Approach to Waterbody Rejuvenation - A Perspective (click to view larger)

Impact of the interconnections of urban activities on the catchment, drains and water bodies in urban areas: A diagram from Approach to Waterbody Rejuvenation - A Perspective

Interconnected impacts of urban activities on urban water resources: A diagram from Approach to Waterbody Rejuvenation - A Perspective (click to view larger)

To aid waterbody rejuvenation efforts in India and elsewhere, BORDA partner CDD Society has published a BMZ-funded knowledge document elaborating an experience-based approach to context-driven, nature-based interventions

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