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Release of Excreta Matters in Kolkata

The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), released ‘Excreta Matters’ – its 71-city study of how India’s urban centres manage their water and sewage in Kolkata on 1 September, 2012. The study focused on Kolkata's water and sewerage issues and suggested a way forward. His Excellency the Governor of West Bengal Shri M. K. Narayanan and the honorable Union Minister of State for Urban Development Shri Saugata Roy jointly released the report.

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Too little water and too much waste is Hyderabad’s bane. City needs innovative solutions: says CSE

  • New Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) releases Excreta Matters, its 71-city study of how Indian urban centres manage their water and sewage.

Release of Excreta Matters in Hyderabad

Date: July 25, 2012

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the New Delhi-based research and advocacy body, SaciWATERs, released  ‘Excreta Matters’ – CSE’s 71-city study of how India’s urban centres manage their water and sewage in Hyderabad. Based on an exhaustive survey carried out across India, this study critically analyses current practices in water and sewage management and presents a roadmap for the future.

The report was released by Adhar Sinha, managing director, Hyderabad Water Supply Board.

CSE to release its report on water and sewage management in Indian cities – including Bhopal and other cities of MP

Date: 6th July, 2012
Venue: Hotel Lakeview Ashok, Shamla Hills

CSE invites you to the official release of the report in Bhopal. Shivraj Singh Chauhan, chief minister, Madhya Pradesh will do the honours. Sunita Narain, director general of CSE, will make a presentation. The release would be followed by a panel discussion involving some of the key policy makers and civil society representatives from the city (see details below).

Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will officially unveil the report

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Date: July 6, 2012

Restore your lakes and ponds, revisit the public-private-partnership schemes: CSE suggests to Bengaluru

  • New Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) releases Excreta Matters, its 71-city study of how Indian urban centres manage their water and sewage.

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