‘Environmental flows designed to maintain at least some natural flow variability along river’s length’
ISLAMABAD – WWF-Pakistan under its project building capacity on Climate Change Adaptation in Coastal Areas of Pakistan (CCAP) again released a report to review the environmental flows to maintain delta ecosystem in Indus River during a workshop, according to a press release issued here on Saturday.
The report is written by Dr Christopher J Gippel. Senior Project Manager Ali Dehlavi said that environmental flows were designed to maintain at least some natural flow variability along the whole length of a river so that people, animals and plants downstream can continue to survive and make use of river resources. Read more
Courtesy: Daily Times