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Environmental Governance in South Asia

Need for integrated policy in Global South

Centre for Science and Environment’s Global Work on Integrated Policy on Waste Management

Africa has had the fastest rate of urbanization for the past two decades at 3.5 per cent a year, according to the African Development Bank Group (AFDB). About 36 per cent people in the continent now live in urban areas, a share that is expected to reach 50 per cent by 2050, as per World Bank estimates. The fallout of this is the generation of enormous amounts of solid waste.


Air Pollution Update from Delhi & NCR

The GRAP as notified by the MoEF&CC in January 2017 was put into force by the EPCA for the ‘Very Poor’ and ‘Severe’ categories on October 17, 2017. These categories of action will remain in effect for the winter months, till March 2018.


Environmental Governance in South Asia

March 3-14, 2014

Two-week course conducted by the Centre for Science and Environment under the Indian Ministry of External Affairs’ ITEC programme

Objective: To be informed and updated about regulatory best practices in South Asia.

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 Date: March 3-14, 2014

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