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Contamination of UCIL site remains a threat for Bhopal

CSE presents action plan, prepared in consultation with experts from across the country, to clean the site

Wind power needs strict regulations to manage its environmental impacts, says study by Centre for Science and Environment

  • A Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) conference on ‘Green Norms for Wind Energy’ discusses the environmental fallouts of wind power development, especially in forest areas in the country 

Stakeholder and media briefing workshop on Clean Air and Sustainable Mobility

Organised by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi in association with Uttar Pradesh State Pollution Control Board

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Organised by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi in association with Uttar Pradesh State Pollution Control Board

Small hydro power plants being constructed without environmental safeguards, says CSE

The sector needs proper environmental regulations

  • Small hydro power plants (with capacity less than 25 megawatt) have grown at a rapid pace across India. In the last seven years, one plant coming up every week
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The sector needs proper environmental regulations

CSE Briefing Note: Workshop on Conservation of Lakes

June 11, 2013
Colombo, Sri Lanka

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi, India is organising a day-long meeting on 'Conservation of water bodies in Sri Lanka' in Colombo today.

Ministry of environment and forests is diverting forestland for development projects at much faster rate – 12500 ha cleared in just 3 meetings

Environmental and social considerations not taken into account

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 Environmental and social considerations not taken into account

CSE supports the recommendations of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the MMDR Bill 2011. Recommendations made public recently.

Applauds the Committee for deciding that the Bill’s profit sharing provision will remain, despite opposition from industry.

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Applauds the Committee for deciding that the Bill’s profit sharing provision will remain, despite opposition from industry.

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