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Stop weakening the environmental clearance process: says CSE to government

  • New assessment by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) finds large number of clearances still being given by the ministry of environment to industrial projects

CSE director general Sunita Narain discharged from hospital today

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Media Briefing Workshop: Environmental remediation in and around the Union Carbide factory in Bhopal

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

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Date: August 1, 2013

Adani project in Mundra has violated environmental norms, rules MoEF committee

Report provides incontrovertible evidence of destruction of mangroves, blocking of creeks and non-compliance of other clearance conditions

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CSE MEDIA ALERT: Budget 2013-14: An analysis from the environment-development perspective

February 28, 2013

CSE director-general Sunita Narain unpacks the Budget

Good news: increased allocation for agriculture, watershed development -- but we need effective implementation

CSE disagrees with finance ministry: says no need for National Investment Board (NIB)

Puts out new data to prove that green clearances are not delaying infrastructure projects

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Puts out new data to prove that green clearances are not delaying infrastructure projects

Study by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) reveals mercury poisoning in Sonbhadra district, CSE says a Minamata-style disaster waiting to happen

Laboratory study tests soil, water, fish and human blood, nails and hair.

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Laboratory study tests soil, water, fish and human blood, nails and hair.

Finds high and toxic levels of mercury in most samples

Lab Report: CSE Study: Mercury Pollution in Sonbhadra District of Uttar Pradesh and its Health Impacts

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