Global Warming in a Still Unequal World - contact course offered for Dan Church Aid (APRODEV partners) - (Oct. 26 - 30, 2009) | Centre for Science and Environment

Global Warming in a Still Unequal World - contact course offered for Dan Church Aid (APRODEV partners) - (Oct. 26 - 30, 2009)

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List of participants    

Mr Samarendra Satapathy
ODAF, Orissa

Mr Bibhudutta Sahu

Dr. (Mrs.) Sheila Benjamin
SCINDeA, Yelagiri Hills, Vellore

Dr. (Mrs.) Neelavalli
WiD, Chennai

Mr Siddhartha
Pipal Tree

Mr. Annanda
Pipal Tree

Mr  Anup Manna
Tagore Society for Rural Development, Kolkatta

Mr Netaji Basumatary
IGSSS-North Eastern Region Office, Guwahati

Mr  K.C. Sahu 
IGSSS-Eastern Regional Office, Kolkata

Mr. Gopal Dahal
LWF Nepal

Mr. Dhanpati Dhaugel
FAYA, Nepal

Mr. Pradeep Shah
IRDC, Nepal


Mr Mumai Pheiga
Rongmei Naga Baptist Association, Imphal

Mr Bibekananda Biswal
LWS-India, Puri, Orissa

Mr R. Bhakther Solomon
Development Promotion Group (DPG), Chennai

Mr Mani Kumar 
DCA, Delhi

17 Ms Surabhi Sinha
Vikas Adhyayan Kendra, Mumbai

18 Ms Lene Ejg Jarbøl

19 Mr Kiran Padale
CASA-West Zone

20 Mr Daniel Anand Raj
PWDS,  Madurai, Tamil Nadu

21 Mr T.K.R. Vijayan
ALC, Tamil Nadu

22 Mr R.Jayaprakash
SCINDeA, Yelagiri Hills, Vellore

23 Mr. Akbar Ali Molla
Tagore Society for Rural Development, Kolkatta



  • Environmental issues like climate change, water availability, pollution, waste generation and disposal are commanding considerable global attention. Industries, as a major user of raw materials and energy and source of pollution and waste generation, have a major role in addressing current and emerging environmental issues.

  • CSE is organizing a global workshop on SMART and Affordable Monitoring titled “Asia-Africa Regulators Conclave on SMART & Affordable monitoring”, which is scheduled from 5 to 7 February 2018.

    Two of the main factors of sustainable development are air and water quality. Since they are important for basic human needs and development, it is therefore imperative to monitor air and water quality in order to ensure that their quality meet the regulatory standards.

  • Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) and Continuous Effluent Quality Monitoring System (CEQMS) are mandatory for 17 categories of industries and common pollution treatment facilities in India. Grossly polluting industries also require monitoring and reporting effluent quality on real time basis. In near future, the real time data will become the basis for compliance check.

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