Latest Riparian zone Stories
To: ENVIRONMENTAL EDITORS Contact: Mike Tyndall of Southern Company, +1-404-506-5333, +1- 866-506-5333, firstname.lastname@example.org ATLANTA, July 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Southern Company, the U.S.
By Rosemary Winters, The Salt Lake Tribune Jul. 1--Residents who live along Salt Lake City streams are welcome to trim trees, build patios and plant gardens. But those looking to construct a home on a pristine, creekside lot might have to place their picture windows 100 feet from the water.
A FARM near Opunake hosted many of the country's media organisations last Wednesday as the Taranaki Regional Council highlighted one of the farms involved in its extensive riparian planting programme.
The Pennsylvania Campaign for Clean Water today publicly launched its "Buffers 100" initiative, urging the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to propose new regulations that would require minimum 100 foot buffers on new development on all rivers and streams in the state.
By Kozlowski, James C Landowners claim that structure interferes with their 'right to a view.' Generally, a property owner whose property abuts a lake, river, or stream possesses certain riparian rights, a bundle of rights that turns on the physical relationship of a body of water to the land abutting it.
By Billore, Suresh Tropical India has many heavily polluted water bodies like ponds, lakes or stagnant rivers that support a green mat of diverse plant species such as phytoplankton. The cause is pollution from urban areas, industry and agriculture.