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Training programme on Sustainable Water Management for practicing professionals, students and researchers of Nepal, July 5-9, 2012

Training programme on Sustainable Water Management was organised by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in collaboration with the Centre for Integrated Urban Development (CIUD),

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Decentralised wastewater treatment systems

CSE has reviewed and documented select case studies that present innovative, sustainable and affordable ways of treating the sewage locally including reuse/recycle. The case studies comprise of the wastewater treatment systems which have been implemented at individual, community/cluster and at municipal level. To see the state- wise distribution of the implemented projects
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Training Programme on Decentralised Wastewater Treatment & Reuse in Bangladesh: March 3-6, 2012

CSE under its South Asia Programme organized the second batch of training programme on ‘Decentralised Wastewater Treatment and Reuse’ from 3-6 March, 2012 in partnership with Water Aid Bangladesh.

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The water business

Water has become a new pet subject for Indian industry. Not because it is concerned with the depleting water resources or its own contributions to growing pollution. Because it sees a new and lucrative business opportunity. With support from the World Bank, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and other associations are competing with each other to establish their role in the water business.

EIA analysis of an expansion project in Raigarh - Korba West Power Co. Ltd.

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) carried out a technical analysis of the EIA report of the expansion project of thermal power plant of M/s Korba West Power Company Limited. The analysis was carried out on the request of Raghuvir Pradhan of Ekta Parishad. The public hearing for the project was scheduled on February 9, 2012.

Water Frames

The Groundwater Up Project

A film by Tarini Manchanda

Vikaas ki kahani gaon-gaon se hai dur kyun?
Nadi toh hai paas, yeh paani dur –dur kyun?

Why is the story of development so far away from each village?
Why is the river close by and the water so far?

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