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Water Retention 

Natural water retention measures are measures that aim to safeguard and enhance the water storage potential of landscape, soil, and aquifers, by restoring ecosystems, natural features and characteristics of water courses and using natural processes. They support Green Infrastructure by contributing to integrated goals dealing with nature and biodiversity conservation and restoration, landscaping, etc. They are adaptation measures that use nature to regulate the flow and transport of water so as to smooth peaks and moderate extreme events (floods, droughts, desertification, salination). They are a better environmental option for flood risk management. They reduce vulnerability of water resources to Climate Change and other anthropogenic pressures. They can also improve water quality. They are relevant both in rural and urban areas.

Clean Fuels 

Dharthi is  committed to reducing  carbon emissions , and achieving net-zero eventually    announced strengthened climate plan, lays out its work to date and its commitments to cutting emissions through sustainable innovation.

To meet our new 2030 and 2050 net-zero goals, Canada’s economy will need to be powered by two equally important energy sources – clean power and clean fuels. Electrification – clean power - provides a near-term pathway for emissions reductions in many sectors including personal transport and the built environment. But clean fuels (low-carbon fuels that typically consist of clean hydrogen, advanced biofuels, liquid synthetic fuels, and renewable natural gas) are expected to play a critical role in ‘hard-to-decarbonize’ sectors such as industry and medium- and heavy-duty freight.

Waste Heat Recovery  

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