Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna region: a framework for sustainable development
This Book Makes A Strong Plea For An Integrated, Holistic Approach To The Development Of The Region, Beginning With Water Resources - The Abundance Of Water In The Gbm (Ganga-Brahmaputra-Meghna) Region As A Shared Resource Can Serve As The Principal Agent Of Development Fo The Millions Of People Living In The Region.
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OF THE GBM REGION
GBM Regional Water Vision 2025
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agriculture annual Assam augmentation average Bangladesh and India barrage basin Bay of Bengal benefits Bhutan Bihar Brahmaputra capacity capita catchment cent consumption cost crops demand Dhaka drainage dry season flows economic electricity energy ensure environment environmental erosion estimated Farakka flood forecasting flood management floodplain framework Ganga Ganges GBM countries GBM region Gorai Government groundwater growth Haldia High Dam Himalayan Human Development hydropower improvement increase India and Bangladesh industrial inland investment irrigation Karnali Kathmandu land lean season Mahakali Mahakali Treaty Meghna million tonnes monsoon multipurpose National Water navigation needs Nepal percent Plan Policy population potential poverty problem production programmes projects rainfall regional cooperation requirements reservoirs river systems rural SAARC salinity sanitation scenario sediment South Asia storage strategy sustainable development Table Teesta Treaty urban Uttar Pradesh water availability water management water quality water resource development water supply waterway West Bengal