CSE's Outreach in South Asia | Centre for Science and Environment


CSE's Outreach in South Asia

Bhutan

The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) collaborated with the National Environment Commission (NEC), Bhutan, by signing a MoU on May 7, 2012 in Paro, Bhutan.

 

The MoU was signed between Dr.Ugyen Tshewang, Secretary, NEC and Mr. Chandra Bhushan, Deputy Director General, CSE. The main objectives of the MoU are to assist NEC in capacity building, monitoring and compliance of development projects (i.e. EIA), advocate laboratory support and encourage research and knowledge dissemination. The inaugural remarks were given by Mr. Thinley Dorji, Deputy Chief Environment Officer, NEC. The key note address was given by Dr. Ugyen Tshewang followed by Mr. Chandra Bhushan.

The Centre for Science and Environment in partnership with NEC also conducted a 5 day capacity building training programme on EIA from May 7-11, 2012 followed by stakeholder consultation workshop from May 14-16, 2012. The training programme and workshop was attended by 53 stakeholders from NEC, Department of Industry, Department of Geology and Mines, Department of Cottage and Small Industry and 23 other major departments of the Royal Government of Bhutan (RGoB). The inaugural lecture of the training was given by Mr. Chandra Bhushan who addressed the participants about CSE and Environment Impact Assessment (EIA). The other key speakers of this training programme were Mr. Sujit Kumar Singh and Ms. Swati Singh Sambyal.

 

Announcements

  • The fast growing economy, rapid industrialisation and growing urban population in India along with increasing wastewater generation are reasons for concern and reiterate the need for appropriate water management practices. Centre for Science and Environment recognises this need and has developed a five-day hands on training programme aimed at giving practical exposure to participants on wastewater treatment for industrial and urban wastewater management including reuse and recycle.

  • Date: December 1-5, 2014

    India has about 3.3 million kilometers of road network, which is the second largest in the world. Apart from the development and growth that these projects bring, they also have adverse environmental and social impacts.

    Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important tool to inform decision-makers, regulators and stakeholders, about the possible environmental, social and economic costs of such projects.

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