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GPCB surveys Narol units

 Gujarat, July 14: Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) has launched a 15-day monitoring of one of the most polluting zones of Ahmedabad, Narol, as part of  an action plan aimed at checking pollution in the city. The drive follows an increase in pollution level in residential as well as industrial areas of the city in the last year and a half.
 
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One-week training programme for Environmental Managers

Environmental management in industry today is not about lip-service. The green performance of companies mirrors their core functioning – be it cost consciousness, good corporate governance, organisational culture, and seriousness of the management to ‘walk the talk’ on operational efficiency and sustainable development.

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Date: May 20-24, 2013

Work Overview

Based on our years of work in the field, we realised the ineffectiveness of the State Pollution Control Boards (SPCBs) in their regulatory function.

In order to understand the specificities and to recognise the very issues, we carried out a questionnaire based survey of the various SPCBs. The survey helped us pin-point the specific problems and needs of the state boards. We now plan to develop a Regulator's Training Institute which can help build capacity of our regulators.

Strengthening Institutions for Sustainable Growth: Country Environmental Analysis

 A report by World Bank in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF). It highlights the importance for strengthening institutions for environment management in sustaining and accelerating India's growth performance.

Laws and Institutions Relating to Environmental Protection in India

Research paper (by U. Sankar) supported in part by World Bank under the India: Environmental management Capacity Building Technical Assistance Project. 

Judicial Activism and the environment in India

 A paper (by Pranay Lal and Veena Jha), as part of the UNCTAD/CBS project. 

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