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Protecting the Life and Livelihood of the Fishing People and Coastal Ecology

    Two day Seminar on Protecting the Life and Livelihood of the Fishing People and Coastal Ecology (including implication of Coastal Regulation Zone Notification2011 and the Importance of Environment Impact Assessment Notification (EIA) 2006) at Nagercoil organised by Coastal Action Network today, several eminent speakers who addressed the seminar called for the Protection of …

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Election Manifesto 2016 on Coast

Election Manifesto 2016 on Rights of Fishing People, other Coastal poor, Fisheries and Coastal Environment Read more

Manifesto for Management of the Coast

Election Manifesto for Management of the Coast and Sustainable Development of Fishing Communities Read more

People’s Public Hearing on the Impact of Shrimp Industries on the Coastal Poor, Small Farmers and Landless

Around 18 cases of victims from 6 Districts (Ramanathapuram, Pudhukottai, Thiruvarur, Nagapattinam, Cuddalore, Kancheepuram) who have faced impacts of Shrimp Industries deposed before the juries. Nearly 600 people including Assistant Director of Fisheries and other Government Officials from all the coastal districts of Tamil Nadu participated in this Public Hearing This Public Hearing received wide …

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Nagapattinam and Karaikal Fishing People’s Conference 17-11-2014, Nagapattinam

On the Occasion of World Fisheries Day…. Towards Strengthening Coastal Rights Defenders… Nagapattinam and Karaikal Fishing People’s Conference 17-11-2014, Nagapattinam Towards Strengthening Coastal Rights Defenders… Nagapattinam and Karaikal Fishing People’s Conference was held on 17-11-2014 in Nagapattinam organised by Coastal Action Network (CAN) Supported by Social Need Education and Human Awareness (SNEHA) Human Rights Advocacy and …

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Consultation to Stop implementation of Sethu Samudiram Shipping Canal Project (SSCP)

Consultation to Stop implementation of Sethu Samudiram Shipping Canal Project (SSCP) in any route announced by the BJP government, Repeal Coastal Regulation Zone Notification 2011, Amend Env. Impact Assessment 2006 – Protect Livelihoods and Ecology, CAN’s draft Bill 2015 to protect traditional Coastal and Marine fishing people on 12th & 13th December 2014 at Chennai. …

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Protecting Coastal Livelihood, Ecology and Fisheries

Micro Studies Research Booklet prepared and published about Sea erosion along the Coast, Desalination Plants and its Impacts, Illegal Shrimp Industries functioning in Coastal Villages, Impact of Nuclear power plant at Kalpakkam, Illegal rare sand mining in Coastal Districts, Destruction of Kattupalli Island and Sethu Samudram Shipping Canal Project (SSCP). Illegal mining of rare sand …

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Impact of Radiation in Kalpakkam

Nuclear Power plant was constructed in Kalpakkam, Kanchipuram district in the year 1970. Indira Gandhi Atomic Research Centre Department of Atomic Energy, 220 MW Nuclear Power plant functioning hearing, prototype fast breed reactor build in Kalpakkam. Impacts of Kalpakkam Atomic Power Plant Kalpakkam power plant is emitting harmful radiations. This causes lot of health problem …

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Public Hearing on KU Thermal Power Plant on 25 July 2014 at Tuticorin

Public Hearing on KU Thermal Power Plant on 25th July 2014 at Tuticorin M/s. K.U. Thermal Power Private Limited., proposed to 1320 MW (2×660 MW) Coal Based Thermal Power Plant at the Public Hearing held at Office of the District Collector, Sangukoodam, Korampallam, Thoothukudi District on 25th July 2014 as per the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control …

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Ramanathapuram Fishing People’s Conference on 29-11-2014, Ramanathapuram

To be forming coastal defenders in Ramanathapuram District. Each minimum 5 persons including youth and women in every coastal villages to protect their housing, common lands, fishing rights and coastal ecology. This Conference was organised by Human Rights Advocacy and Research Foundation, Ramanathapuram Fish workers Trade Union behalf of Coastal Action Network. Morethan 64 men …

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