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Stakeholder consultations for ICZM plan of Gulf of Kachchh
GEC, the Gujarat State Project Management Unit (SPMU) in association with DHI India is preparing an Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan for the Gulf of Kachchh. Consultations with multiple stakeholders are an important part of the plan preparation, which would play a significant role in making an inclusive Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan. The consultations are planned to be held in the months of November – December 2015. For more information about the consultations, please contact Mr. Nischal Joshi, Sr. Manager (Projects), Gujarat Ecology Commission on mail@geciczmp.com or call on 079-23257656-659.

Technical consultation on Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan for Dandi Eco-Sensitive Zone
The technical consultation meeting on Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan for Dandi Eco-Sensitive Zone was held on October 16, 2015 at Navsari. The consultation was chaired by Shri A. K. Saxena, IFS (Member Secretary, GEC & Project Director, ICZMP Gujarat) and was attended by Shri K. Thanki, Addl. Collector, Navsari; Shri. S. L. Ninama, DDO, Navsari; Dr. Senthil Vel, Addl. Project Director, SICOM, MoEFCC, Government of India; Shri A. C. Sampat, Director, GEC; Dr. Sudarshan Iyengar, Chariman (Dandi Monitoring Committee); Dr. Anamik Shah, Vice Chancellor, Gujarat Vidyapith; Shri Parthapriya Ghosh, Sr. Social Development Specialist, World Bank; Shri Nischal Joshi, Sr. Manager Proejct, GEC; Shri Ishwar Desai, Social Scientist, GEC; Dr. Kalubhai Dangar, Gujarat Vidyapith and representatives from IPE Global, UMC, Forest Department and GPCB. More importantly, the consultation was attended by the representatives of six project villages. At the onset, the management plan was presented and the activities planned were explained to the participants. The technical consultation has helped to garner suggestions from the participants and significantly from the village representatives.Images

Visit to Sewage Treatment Plant site in Jamnagar
On November 20, 2015 the Principal Secretary, Forests & Environment Department, Government of Gujarat and Chairman, Gujarat Ecology Commission Shri Punamchand Parmar, IAS visited the project site of ICZMP in Jamnagar. He visited the site of ‪Sewage Treatment Plant where work is in full swing. The 70 MLD Zero Discharge Sewage Treatment Plant in Jamnagar is one of its kind in India under the World Bank funded Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project. The project is a significant part of ICZMP and is implemented by the Jamnagar Municipal Corporation with inputs from the SPMU Gujarat.Images


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Solar Training

A series of workshops were conducted by the Gujarat State Project Management

Entry-Point Activities

As part of the Integrate Coastal Zone Management Project in Gujarat, a number of entry-point activities have been identified after initial interactions



QUIZ - Know Our Coast

Which of these is a benefit derived out of a dense mangrove cover along the coast?
Protection for natural calamities such as hurricanes, cyclones, etc.
Prevention of salinity intrusion
Habitat for increase in marine biodiversity
All of the above