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Adani project in Mundra has violated environmental norms, rules MoEF committee

Report provides incontrovertible evidence of destruction of mangroves, blocking of creeks and non-compliance of other clearance conditions

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CSE MEDIA ALERT: Budget 2013-14: An analysis from the environment-development perspective

February 28, 2013

CSE director-general Sunita Narain unpacks the Budget

Good news: increased allocation for agriculture, watershed development -- but we need effective implementation

CSE disagrees with finance ministry: says no need for National Investment Board (NIB)

Puts out new data to prove that green clearances are not delaying infrastructure projects

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Puts out new data to prove that green clearances are not delaying infrastructure projects

Study by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) reveals mercury poisoning in Sonbhadra district, CSE says a Minamata-style disaster waiting to happen

Laboratory study tests soil, water, fish and human blood, nails and hair.

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Laboratory study tests soil, water, fish and human blood, nails and hair.

Finds high and toxic levels of mercury in most samples

Lab Report: CSE Study: Mercury Pollution in Sonbhadra District of Uttar Pradesh and its Health Impacts

CSE and HSBC announce partnership to give an impetus to environmental governance in India

Will set up a premier Environmental Training Institute near Delhi

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Will set up a premier Environmental Training Institute near Delhi

Press Conference: Singrauli shocker

  • Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) to release its new study on massive mercury poisoning in Uttar Pradesh
  • Study to be released by CSE director-general Sunita Narain at press conference in Lucknow
  • Points to a public health crisis in the making
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Date: October 19, 2012

The paranoia of pedestrian(s)

A reflection on 'walkability' in South Asia
By: Papia Samajdar

Aug 29, 2012

It was that time of the day, when lunch will be served too late to make the hunger pangs wait, as well as to order a small snack, because the canteen fellows are too busy preparing lunch, plus its a bad excuse to let a customer escape from their hardships of the preparation.

A 'kurz' overview

CSE Fellowship Media Briefing on ‘Backs to the wall: Tigers, tiger habitats and conservation’
By: Papia Samajdar

Finally, we managed to pull through the much challenged fellowship media briefing on tigers and issues around tiger conservation, and not just pulled through but did quite a good job of it, as it turned out -- gauging from the feedback of the resource people, and of course the journalists who, I believe, need this kind of downpour of information to make them understand the issues in-depth.

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