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Press release: Studies say rising mercury levels could be connected to global warming

  • 2009 warmest year ever recorded for India

  • Globally, 11 out of 12 years (from 1995 to 2006) rank among the 12 warmest years on record since 1850

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April 12, 2010
The summer of 2010 has just begun, and India is already reeling under extreme temperatures as the mercury climbs unprecedented heights.

Press Release: Euro IV norms in 13 cities, but rest of India left in the lurch

 

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March 31, 2010

As Bharat Stage IV norms for fuels and vehicles come into force from April 1, 2010 in 13 cities of India, the automobile industry is trying its best to delay the implementation of Bharat Stage III norms for vehicles in the rest of India.

Kolkata City Dialogue on Air Quality and Transportation Challenge: An Agenda for Action

Kolkata, March 16, 2011
New Delhi-based Center for Science and Environment (CSE) invites you to a day-long city dialogue on ‘Air Quality and Transportation Challenge: An Agenda for Action’. CSE’s clean air and urban mobility team is organising this dialogue in collaboration with the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA).

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 Date: March 16, 2011

CSE’s First Country Media Briefing on the Challenge of Urban Air Quality and Mobility Management

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi, and Forum of Environmental Journalists of Bangladesh (FEJB), Dhaka, organised a Media Briefing on the Challenge of Urban Air Quality and Mobility Management. The details of the briefing are as under:
 

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Date: January 22, 2011
Dhaka, Bangladesh

CSE Press Note - Union Budget 2010-11: What does it say on the ‘green’ concerns

  • An analysis done by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)
  • Says Budget does not offer much relief to green causes, except that of energy 
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Says Budget does not offer much relief to green causes, except that of energy.

Press Release: CSE Green Schools Awards

Semi-urban and mid-rung schools are India’s ‘greenest’.

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24X7 water in the 1700's

People living in and around Aurangabad were getting round the clock water supply through underground pipelines at a time when most cities in medieval India relied directly on wells, ponds and rivers. These conduits dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries transported water over long distances through gravitational pull much like the aqueducts of ancient Rome that supplied water to cities, their public baths and fountains.

Foodwise

Dark brown seeds pointed at both ends resemble the kind of wild seeds growing just anywhere that children would collect to play with. Only, this seed is one of the rare and nutritious foods losing out to the rush for market food. To the Mahadeo Koli and Thakar tribals in the rain-shadow areas of Sahyadri hills, this millet is known as batu . The agriculture department of Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra has no records of this crop, and the local agriculture universities have not been able to put a scientific name to it.

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