Kerala has one of the highest eel populations in the world, and it has taken a big hit from climate change.
The state’s eel population has declined by over 100 percent since 2010, according to the World Economic Forum.
The state’s chief minister, Anandiben Patel, is trying to tackle the situation with a number of initiatives, including the construction of eels canals and reclamation of wetlands, among others.
But the problem has caused concern among locals.
The government recently announced a plan to build eels and create wetlands, but locals are wary about the effort.
The government is trying their best to build the canal, but residents say that it will be difficult and it will have a negative impact on their water quality.
The Kerala Environmental Protection Agency (KEA) said that the eel canal project was a joint venture between the state government and private companies, which is not subject to the local government’s jurisdiction.
“In the first stage, we will build a canal in the district where we have water management and it is a joint effort between the district and the state.
We will then use it for reclamation,” KEA Director Dr. V. S. Krishnan told the BBC.”
We will also construct a reclamation area in the area where the lake was and that will be done through a partnership with a local body.
We hope that this project will go ahead,” he said.
A recent survey by the KEA showed that about 75 percent of the district’s land was unsuitable for development, according the KCEA.
In the same survey, the state was also rated as having a severe drought.