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Drought is human-made, says Sunita Narain

  • The problem is not about lack of rainfall, but about lack of planning and foresight, and criminal neglect
  • P Sainath and Yogendra Yadav join Narain at a national meet on drought to give a call for action

CSE supports global move to urge Coke and PepsiCo to curb marketing of sugared drinks to kids

  • Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), along with other organisations from across the world, urges Coca-Cola and PepsiCo to stop marketing sugared drinks to children 

CSE celebrates Earth Day with a call to support environmentalism of the poor, and not of the rich

Sunita Narain’s inclusion in the TIME magazine list of 100 most influential people reinforces what CSE advocates 

Odd-even rule is an emergency measure. Treat it as such – CSE tells Delhi CM

Arvind Kejriwal and Sunita Narain discuss issues relevant to Delhi and its air pollution at a public meeting organised by CSE

On India Water Week, CSE talks of shit

How do cities dispose of excreta? What is the most sustainable way to do it? CSE-organised workshop attempts to look for answers

CSE welcomes new rules on bio-medical waste management, recommends stringent monitoring to ensure compliance

  • Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) welcomes new notification of Bio-medical Waste Management Rules, 2016, by environment ministry. 

CSE welcomes MoEFCC notification on use of construction and demolition waste; Would like to see a clear mechanism for stringent implementation of Rules

  • CSE welcomes first-ever notification of the construction and demolition waste management rules, 2016, by the Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change 

CSE’s summer programme ‘Agenda for Survival’ is accepting applications

New Delhi, March 20: There isn’t a better way to learn about the environment and the issues on the ground than by attending the ‘Agenda for Survival’ programme announced by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE). Tailored for young people and professionals between the age of 18 and 25 years who wish to understand the key environmental issues confronting India and the world, the programme allows opportunities to participants to see for themselves what communities experience in rural and urban India. 

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