Over 50 Sattari villages under eco-zone of W Ghat, total 99

GOANEWS & PTI, PANAJI | 15 November 2013 18:09 IST

Sattari taluka dominates the list of eco-sensitive zone of Western Ghat with 56 villages, where development and industrial activity has been restricted.

Total  99 Goan villages have been listed by the Ministry of Environment and Forests in three talukas - 38 villages of Sanguem taluka and five villages of Canacona taluka.

The notification, issued on 13 November, has demarcated 37 per cent of the Western Ghat area, as recommended by the Kasturirangan committee, consisting of six states of Goa, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Gujarat.

The notification also lists out each and every village coming under this prohibited area, which has 99 villages of Goa, spread out in three talukas of Sattari, Sanguem and Canacona.

The developmental activities prohibited in these villages are:

(a) Mining, quarrying and sand mining

(b) Thermal Power Plants

(c) Building and construction projects of 20,000 sq. m. area and above

(d) Township and area development projects with an area of 50 ha and above and or with built up area of 1,50,000 sq.m. and above

(e) Red category of industries·

 (The CPCS list of red category industries would be the minimum list. Industries not included in the CPCB list but mentioned in the Red Category list of the SPCS of the concerned Western Ghat State shall also be categorized as Red category for that State.)

Read full notification here

Following is the list of villages, talukawise:

Sattari Taluka

1. Anjune

2. Shiroli

3. Gulle

4. Bayalvada

5. Pali

6. Singna

7. Salpi budruk

8. Jarma

9. Naneli

10. Maloli

11. Koparde

12. Karambali bramha

13. Hedode

14. Uste

15. Ambede

16. Dongarvada

17. Mausi

18. Bhuipal

19. Bombede

20. Veluz

21. Sonal

22. Kumar khand

23. Valpoy

24. Sanvarde

25. Velgue

26. Hasole

27. Karambali buzruk

28. Barajan

29. Panse

30. Shelpi khurd

31. Bhironde

32. Khotode

33. Sirsode

34. Karanzol

35. Aassode

36. Melavali

37. Gotiakhadilwada

38. Ambeli

39. Gavane

40. Malpon

41. Surla

42. Satre

43. Goali

44. Charavade

45. Ivre khurd

46. Ivre budruk

47. Kelavade

48. Rive

49. Kodal

50. Dongurvada

51. Derode

52. Vayangani

53. Nanode

54. Zarani

55. Kodal

56. Penral

 

Sanguem Taluka

1. Surla

2. Aalot

3. Darbandora

4. Sangod

5. Shigaon

6. Kamarkhand

7. Kamarkhand

8. Rumbrem

9. Dudal

10. Salavli

11. Kurdi

12. Revona

13. Kolamba

14. Naiquinim

15. Digali

16. Nune

17. Sakvorde

18. Molen

19. Karanjhol

20. Kolem

21. Colem

22. Sonauli

23. Boma

24. Oxel

25. Dongurli

26. Malingem

27. Patiem

28. Ugem

29. Todov

30. Potrem

31. Vilyan

32. Dongar

33. Portem

34. Netravli

35. Verlen

36. Bati

37. Kumbari

38. Sigonem

 

Canacona Taluka                                                                                  

1.  Khola

2. Gaundongren

3. Cotigao

4. Poingunin

5. Loliem

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If this is a free country why are people being forced to choose farming as the only option! people like MOEF and all who talk of saving green shud immidiately leave ther jobs and join farming....Kasturi and gadgil shud grow rice and onions as they have become expensive.,..

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