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Starting from the 4th of march, every Wednesday @9 am on #GoodMorningDelhi, CSE and Radio one have come together to inform, involve and engage Delhi on the issues of our environment, health and safety.

Together you, Radio one and we can make a difference.

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First India-Africa Dialogue and Media Briefing on Air Quality and Mobility

Traffic congestion and worsening air quality in cities of Africa and India is a cause for concern

Popular CSE books on discount at the World Book Fair

Much of CSE’s groundbreaking research is published and is made available through publications. CSE will have a stall at the World Book Fair from February 14 to 22 where a large collection of books will be available. Many of these books will appeal to the lay reader such as the one below:

Media Alert: CSE supports India’s challenge to WTO ruling on import of chicken from the US

January 30, 2015

India has challenged the October 2014 ruling of World Trade Organization (WTO) which forces India to lift the ban on imports of poultry products from the US. Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) supports this stance, because this will safeguard Indian consumers from poultry products made with high inputs of antibiotics.  

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Date: Feb. 9, 2014
Annual Media Briefing on Climate Change
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CSE welcomes new draft order to curb the use of antibiotics in animals like chicken

  •  Draft order issued by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). Curbs antibiotic growth promoter use in food-producing animals such as chicken

CSE, experts demand more rights for communities over forests in India - Nepal and Mexico show the way

  • India’s forest laws are colonial that have alienated communities from their land and resources. Under the current Forest Rights Act of 2006, the government allows gram sabhas to manage and protect forests. However, community rights have been recognised only over 2.5 million hectare (ha) of forests while Forest Survey of India report has identified 31 million ha of forests within revenue villages

Media Invite: International workshop on community forestry

In collaboration with Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI), Washington DC and Society for Promotion of Wastelands Development (SPWD), New Delhi, invites you to a

Workshop on Community Forestry in India – Challenges and Opportunities in the light of lessons from Mexico and Nepal

January 23, 2015, 9:30 am – 6 pm at

Casuarina Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

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Date:January 23, 2015

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