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Press conference: CSE monitoring of air pollution at individual level

CSE conducts real time air pollution monitoring with some of the city’s most well known residents 

Aim is to measure how polluted an air are we – each one of us, individually -- actually breathing daily, every hour and minute

Our findings will shock you

Air pollution monitorin|Media Resource Centre|Story
CSE marks 30 years of Bhopal, organises Public Meeting, releases new book
  • Bhopal 2.0 requires government to clean the toxic waste lying in the factory and fix liability. The lesson is that post-Bhopal, India has laws for hazardous waste management and industrial disasters, but no compliance. Which is why we have scores of mini-Bhopals every year
Bhopal|Bhopal Gas Disaster|Bhopal Gas Tragedy|Food and Toxins|Press Release|Food safety and toxins
Mumbai dialogue on green architecture

"Building sense: Beyond the green façade of sustainable habitat"

Building sense|Story|Sustainable Building
The myth of green building

There is no question that India and other parts of the still-under-construction world must build green. The building sector is a major contributor to climate change and local environmental destruction because of construction materials used; energy expended for lighting, heating and cooling; and water consumption and waste discharge. This is the threat. There is an opportunity as well.

Building Materials|Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)|Down to earth|Editor's Page|Electricity|Energy Efficiency|Green Buildings|Habitat And Urbanisation|India|Print edition|Sunita Narain|Traditional Knowledge|Blogs
Strengthening Environmental Governance

Regional Roundtable Consultation

Patiala, Punjab:  September 13, 2014

Regional Roundtable Consultation|Regulators Programme|Story
Building sense : Beyond the green facade of sustainable habitat

India is in a frenzy of construction. Buildings, townships and housing complexes are coming up at break-neck speed – and we’re still not there yet: a staggering two thirds of the buildings that will stand in India in 2030 are yet to be built!

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Building sense|Story|Special Report
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