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CSE lambasts Delhi municipal agency’s move to allow free parking in malls and commercial complexes

“It is shocking that at a time when killer pollution in Delhi demands strong restraints on car usage, our municipal agencies are pressing flawed laws to stop priced parking in commercial
complexes and malls”: CSE’s Air Pollution Control team

CSE PRESS NOTE: Chennai in crisis

Unregulated urbanisation and climate change-induced extreme weather are the reasons behind the crisis in Chennai: CSE

CSE welcomes PM Modi’s stand on climate change at Paris

Says his speech has set the ground rules for Indian negotiators to work towards an ambitious and equitable deal

Climate change negotiations kick off in Paris

CSE brings you updates from the field as climate change talks get underway. Daily reports, analyses, videos, infographics, interviews, blogs, images…

Run for health during Delhi marathon amidst very high air pollution exposure

  • CSE releases the  results of its exposure air quality monitoring during Delhi marathon event today
  • Finds  unacceptable level of exposure to trapped pollutants typical of winter months
  • Delhi needs a  combination of long lasting reforms as well as a contingent plan to clean up  its air 

CSE welcomes the move to bring forward Euro V emissions standards to 2019 and Euro VI to 2021

Says Bharat Stage IV standards, currently in force in a few cities, must be extended nation-wide immediately

CSE calls for global action to shield farmers from increasing extreme weather events due to climate change

National consultation concludes, recommendations to be shared with government; CSE report ‘Lived Anomaly’ released by noted agriculture scientist MS Swaminathan and, Siraj Husain, Agriculture Secretary, Government of India

Agriculture sector in distress due to extreme weather events, farmers need better protection measures, say experts at CSE consultation

  • CSE holds consultation on crop loss estimation, relief and compensation

  • CSE report Lived Anomaly - How to enable farmers in India to cope with extreme weather events to be released today

  • Experts point to increased severity and frequency of extreme weather events due to climate change and inadequate measures to offset this or protect farmers

Parking restraint must to reduce car usage and promote clean commuting practices, says CSE analysis

Car-free days and lower traffic volumes on holidays can lower air pollution in Delhi – parking restraint measures can help reduce air pollution

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