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Sustainable Building


Realization Community

Architecture by: Auroville Earth Institute

Pearl Academy of Fashion

 
Architecture by: Morphogenesis
 

Green Features

Site Planning Principles adopted in the project


Wall Section

Shriram Junior High School at Mawana

Architecture by: Deependra Prashad, Architects and Planners (DPAP), Team includes Deependra Prashad, Saswati Chetia

CSE's Green Sense Survey

Thank you for visiting our website. You might have read our magazine Down To Earth (DTE). We try to appeal to your common sense through DTE. We are excited to inform you that we will soon be 20 year old. (1992 - 2012).

We wanted to see how much difference CSE’s work has made for you and your environment. We invite you to test your green sense here, through these quick, easy questions and also share your green idea for securing our green future.

Take the test

2nd 3 Day training programme on 'Sustainable Buildings - Policies and Practices' from 2-4th November

The Sustainable Building Unit of the Centre for Science and Environment conducted a 3 Day training programme on 'Sustainable Buildings - Policies and Practices' from 2-4th November at their Anil Agarwal Green College, New Delhi.

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Orientation Programme, 'Regulatory Realm for Green Buildings and EIA’

Date: August 24-26, 2011

Centre for Science and Environment’s Green Building Unit is conducting a three-day orientation programme, 'Regulatory Realm for Green Buildings and EIA’, for regulators and policy makers from different cities of India from August 24-26, 2011. 

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3 Day Training Programme Towards Sustainable Buildings: Policies and Practices

February  21-23, 2012

CSE orgainised a training programme exclusively for the CPWD officers from different technical backgrounds. The three day programme aimed to deepen the understanding of existing policies, their potential and constraints in promoting efficient use of resources and minimizing waste in public buildings. The programme explored the scope of harmonising the policy-driven and market-driven approaches to accelerate the adoption of resource-efficient practices in buildings.

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