Centre for Science and Environment
Quick facts on use of antibiotics in poultry, its implications for our health and the regulatory landscape
CSE Lab Report
See detailed report on CSE study findings and methodology
Good News & Bad News: Clearing the Air in Indian CitiesBOOK
Ganga - The river, its pollution and what we can do to clean it
CSE's book on Ganga

• Hindi version
• English version
Good News & Bad News: Clearing the Air in Indian CitiesRWH FILM
A Public Service Advertisment on Rainwater Harvesting by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)
Junk Food Targeted at children
Regulatory action required to limit exposure and availability
Good News & Bad News: Clearing the Air in Indian CitiesLATEST CSE PRODUCTS
State of Renewable Energy in India: A Citizen’s Report
Pages: 198
Price: Rs 690.00 (US $ 40)
Good News & Bad News: Clearing the Air in Indian Cities LATEST CSE PRODUCTS
Good News & Bad News: Clearing the Air in Indian Cities
Pages: 262
Price: Rs 750.00 (US $ 50)
Climate Change in South Asia: A Book of Activities 2
Pages: 52
Price: Rs. 250.00 (US $ 15)
FIRST FOOD: A Taste of India's Biodiversity
Authors: Sunita Narain & Vibha Varshney
Price:Rs. 950.00 (US $60)
At a time when chicken consumption is at an all time high in India, a study by Delhi non-profit Centre for Science and Environment shows poultry meat could be churning out robust microbes that can render all antibiotics ineffective
The Ganga is getting political attention. What does it take to clean the river?
Patting ourselves for our ability to arrive at makeshift solutions will not take us far
Farmers in an arid Andhra Pradesh district revive traditional irrigation system to tide over drought
Samiran Nundy, chairperson of the department of surgical gastroenterology and organ transplantation at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Blogs: Recent Posts

Sunita Narain's picture
Sunita Narain
Down To Earth
1 August 2014
How smart is a smart city? | Comments
Sunita Narain's picture
Sunita Narain
Down To Earth
16 July 2014
If only cities can see wetlands | Comments

CSE Specials


"All substances are poisons; the right dose differentiates a poison and a remedy." Modern food regulation is about determining what is that right dose in our daily diet.


This is India's first and most comprehensive survey presented in an attractive 2-volume set on the state of its water and its management. It is the 7th Report in our highly popular SOE Series. It would be of immense value to professionals and decision makers in the Central and State Governments besides academicians, researchers,
NGOs and all major Libraries.

Mining book cover

Outlines the immense challenges facing the mining sector in India: how to ensure ecological security together with inclusive development. Includes detailed maps, data tables and in-depth case studies of mineral-rich states.

Press Releases

July 30, 2014

Growing antibiotic-resistance in humans also because of large-scale indiscriminate use of antibiotics in poultry industry, claims CSE study

July 18, 2014

 CSE proposes a way out of the logjam; makes a presentation at the Paris summit

Follow us on 

gobar times