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Breathing new life into Yamuna floodplains, one wetland at a time
by Risha Chitlangia, Hindustan Times, Delhi
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18 May 2019
On 18 May 2019 Hindustan Times reported:
Yamuna floodplains, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), and the Delhi University (DU) have started developing an integrated floodplain wetlands system at the city's seventh biodiversity park next to Delhi-Noida Direct Flyway. The area, located on the western banks of river Yamuna, between the marginal bund and DND Flyway, will soon have large wetlands, 100 metre-wide greenways, 6.8km-long walking trails, and recreational parks.
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... Faiyaz Khudsar, scientist in-charge of Yamuna biodiversity park, CEMDE, said, 'Once this biodiversity park is fully developed with a mosaic of wetlands, grasslands, floodplain forests, greenways, recreational parks, bird safari, and other landscape elements, it will be a paradise for bird and nature lovers. We expect the wetlands to attract thousands of migratory birds from China, Europe, and Siberia. It will also help in recharging groundwater, buffering ambient temperature, besides serving as a filter for point and non-point source of pollution.'
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