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Says Bharat Stage IV standards, currently in force in a few cities, must be extended nation-wide immediately

National consultation concludes, recommendations to be shared with government; CSE report ‘Lived Anomaly’ released by noted agriculture scientist MS Swaminathan and, Siraj Husain, Agriculture Secretary, Government of India

  • CSE holds consultation on crop loss estimation, relief and compensation

  • CSE report Lived Anomaly - How to enable farmers in India to cope with extreme weather events to be released today

  • Experts point to increased severity and frequency of extreme weather events due to climate change and inadequate measures to offset this or protect farmers

Governments should not give fiscal sops or extra built up area to developers without stringent monitoring of actual energy savings and environmental performance of green-rated buildings

Hollywood superstar Leonardo DiCaprio visited India last week for a sit-down interview on climate change with Centre for Science and Environment (CSE). He wanted to understand our perspectives on the issue and discuss how the world should work together to combat catastrophic climate change. We discussed that the world needs an ambitious and equitable agreement on climate change. But this cannot happen unless we are willing to discuss the issue of consumption and lifestyle – US lifestyle has to be negotiable, we emphasised. 

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