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Water Wealth

A Briefing Paper on the State of Groundwater Manage ment in Bangladesh 

By: Sushmita Sengupta, Amandeep Kang, Nitya Jacob, September 2012 

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Training programme on sustainable water management for practising professionals, students and researchers of Bangladesh, September 23-27, 2012

Training programme on Sustainable Water Management was organised by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in collaboration with the Water Aid in Bangladesh (WAB). The programme was held between September 23-27, 2012.

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Training programme on sustainable water management for practising professionals, students and researchers of Bangladesh, September 23-27, 2012

Training programme on Sustainable Water Management was organised by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in collaboration with the Water Aid in Bangladesh (WAB). The programme was held between September 23-27, 2012.

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Briefing workshop on New Paradigms of Urban Wastewater Treatment – Challenges and Options, Chittagong, Bangladesh

A joint initiative of Centre for Science and Environment, India and Chittagong City Corporation, Bangladesh

September 24, 2012

Chittagong City Corporation, Bangladesh

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A fish moves west

By: Kaushik Das Gupta

Ten years ago Bangladesh’s rivers were deeper and hilsa plentiful. But silting, dams and pollution pushed the fisher into deep ocean and resulted in shifting of their homebase. The Bangladesh fish wholesaler’s loss became Gujarat’s gain as increasingly hilsa from the Tapti and the Narmada feed the Kolkata market.

Work Overview

The association of CSE with Bangladesh was started in 2008, when Bangladesh Environmental Institutional Strengthening Project (BEISP) requested us to conduct a training programme on EIA for the officials of Ministry of Environment and Forests. The sectors covered in the EIA training programme were coal mining, pharmaceutical, pul and paper and coal based thermal power plants. 

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