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CSE dispels recent myths perpetuated by Indian poultry industry on use of antibiotics in chicken
  • Reveals that poultry industry is misleading the public by saying that residues found in Indian chicken are lower than the EU standards. 

Antibiotics in Chicken|Press Release|Food safety and toxins
How smart is a smart city?

Smart is as smart does. The NDA government’s proposal to build 100 “smart” cities will work only if it can reinvent the very idea of urban growth in a country like India. Smart thinking will require the government to not only copy the model cities of the already developed Western world, but also find a new measure of liveability that will work for Indian situation, where the cost of growth is unaffordable for most.

Down to earth|Editor's Page|Habitat And Urbanisation|India|Power Transmission|Subsidies|Sunita Narain|Urban Development|Urban Planning|Urban Sanitation|Urban Water Supply|Waste Management|Blogs
Building Sense: Beyond the green facade of sustainable habitat

Date: September 22-23, 2014

Venue: Jacaranda Hall in India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

Sustainable Buildings and Habitat|Story|Sustainable Building
Workshop - Sustainable Mini-Grid for Energy Access

Energy access in rural India has been a development priority for the government for many decades.

CSE Workshop|Renewable Energy|Story
CSE Round Table Workshop on "Our Safe Right of way: Addressing Safety and Accessibility in Indian Cities" on June 23, 2014

The road accident data from the Union Ministry of Road Transport Highways for the year 2012 shows that every hour one person is either killed or injured in road accident in Delhi.

Air Pollution|Public Transport and Mobility|Story
STEPPING TOGETHER: A Conclave of Changemakers for Clean Air and Sustainable Mobility

CSE organised a unique event on 26th September 2013 at Jacranda Hall, India Habitat Centre to celebrate positive action on sustainable mobility in Indian cities. The event engaged in dialogue with changemakers from different cities of India who made a difference to mobility and air quality related concerns. This occasion was to acknowledge positive action to create policy stake in change and deepen public understanding of what is needed to move forward.

Clean Air and sustainable mobility|Public Transport and Mobility|Story
Searing heat wave leads to deadly ozone pollution, says latest CSE analysis
  • Summer pollution curve takes an ugly turn as ground-level ozone, a highly reactive and harmful gas, far exceeds the permissible limit.
Air Quality and Public Health|Heat Waves|Press Release
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