One of the key arguments in support of damming rivers across geographies has been the idea that useful water will otherwise ‘go waste into the sea’. Dam, dam, dam has been policy in India for the last many decades and coupled with changing land use, increased industrialization, and pollution, dams have changed the riverscape of the country in ways that cannot be imagined. Landscapes and riverscapes have been altered so dramatically that today’s India might be a different country from the one we inherited in 1947. Virtually no river today flows freely to the sea.
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