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Restoration of Urban Blue Acres_Multi-stakeholder forum HYD

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Restoration of Urban Blue Acres_Multi-stakeholder forum HYD

  1. 1. A product of WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities SAMRAT BASAK 24 JULY 2019 RESTORATION OF URBAN BLUE ACRES Multi-stakeholder forum - Hyderabad
  2. 2. WRI is a global research organization that turns big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity and human well-being. ABOUT WRI
  3. 3. WHERE WE ARE
  4. 4. OUR APPROACH
  5. 5. AREAS OF WORK
  6. 6. AQUEDUCT WATER RISK ATLAS
  7. 7. Naini Lake, Nainital 5 Theories of Restoration
  8. 8. Type of Restoration Energy environment Development intensity Existing plans for the region Master plan Land use plan Others Site selection Geomorphology Floodplain extents Existing Built Environment Polluting land uses Connections Riparian Green network Pedestrian/ NMT network Financial Plan •Funds for planning: PSR + •DPR Capex for implementation Recurring for O&M
  9. 9. Hydrological Aspects Water quantity •Source •Variability Hydro-dynamics Environmental Aspects Ecosystem(s) Biodiversity mapping •Current •Historic Water quality Social Aspects Socio-economic analysis Stakeholder identification and mapping Participation and outreach plan Design Aspects Equitable access Managing the built environment Public space elements
  10. 10. Theory 1
  11. 11. Join the dots Data Source: European Commission JRC; LandSat (USGS/ NASA); Bhuvan, NSRC Disclaimer: This map is created for study purposes, jurisdictional boundaries indicated are representational only. Legend Natural Drainage Order Watershed map for Hussain Sagar
  12. 12. Join the dots Legend Natural Drainage Order Watershed boundary Lakes Development changes in watershed area of Hussain Sagar Data Source: European Commission JRC; LandSat (USGS/ NASA); Bhuvan, NSRC Disclaimer: This map is created for study purposes, jurisdictional boundaries indicated are representational only.
  13. 13. Theory 2
  14. 14. Hussain Sagar Inlet Drain, Hyderabad A water body is as clean as its catchment
  15. 15. Hussain Sagar, Hyderabad A water body is as clean as its catchment
  16. 16. Hussain Sagar, Hyderabad A water body is as clean as its catchment
  17. 17. Theory 3
  18. 18. No water is bad water Rajokri lake, Delhi
  19. 19. Theory 4
  20. 20. Dhravyavati riverfront development, Jaipur Planning for the big picture
  21. 21. Source: Rejuvenation of Amanishah Nallah (Dravyavati River) including area development, Jaipur Development Authority No. Agency Benefit from Land Reclamation Benefit from Appreciation of Adjoining Govt. Land Total Value (Rs. In Cr.) Area (Ha.)* Value @ Rs. 20,000/- per sqm (Rs. In Cr.) Area (Ha.) Value @ 20% of Rs. 20000/- per Sqm (Rs. In Cr.) 1 JDA 65.35 1307.10 9.16 36.64 1343.74 2 RHB 4.25 85.00 14.73 58.92 143.92 3 RIICO 10.78 215.60 29.20 116.80 332.40 4 PHED 4.74 94.80 0.00 0.00 94.80 Total 1914.86 * Area is excluding land for STP/ Services Reclaimed Govt. Area assessed as 85.12 Ha Benefited Govt. Area adjoining Nallah 53.09 Cost of benefits (Approx) is Rs 1914 crs. DHRAVYAVATI RIVERFRONT IMPROVEMENTS, JAIPUR – FINANCIAL BENEFITS ASSESSMENT Planning for the big picture
  22. 22. Jakkur lake park, Bengaluru Planning for the big picture
  23. 23. Dhravyavathi Project, Jaipur Planning for the big picture
  24. 24. Theory 5
  25. 25. Hussain Sagar, Hyderabad Ambition for vibrant living water
  26. 26. Naini Lake, Nainital Ambition for vibrant living water
  27. 27. Recipe for disaster
  28. 28. Riverfront development, Patna Recipe for disaster
  29. 29. Sabaramati riverfront, Ahmedabad | Saumya Ray, Flickr Recipe for disaster
  30. 30. Image: https://www.biomatrixwater.com/living-water-cities/ URBAN SOLUTIONS FOR PEOPLE AND THE PLANET

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