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CSE welcomes Delhi High Court Judgment on Delhi BRT
  • Visionary judgment from the Delhi High Court upholds the principle of sustainable mobility

Bus Rapid Transit System (BRT)|High Court|Press Release|Air Pollution
‘Junk the junk food’: Rahul Bose, Sandeep Dikshit run to support CSE’s campaign to shun junk food in schools

Over 400 school and college students participate in Quarterathon for a cause of public health

CSE|Food and Toxins|Junk Food|Rahul Bose|Press Release|Food safety and toxins
CSE along with Jaipur Development Authority organised citizens' dialogue on air quality and mobility challenges in Jaipur

Jaipur’s air pollution has reached a ‘critical’ level, says latest CSE analysis

Growing vehicle numbers and resultant congestion to blame

Air Pollution|Air quality|Critical|Jaipur’s air pollution|Press Release|Air Pollution
Briefing workshop on New Paradigms of Urban Wastewater Treatment – Challenges and Options, Chittagong, Bangladesh

A joint initiative of Centre for Science and Environment, India and Chittagong City Corporation, Bangladesh

September 24, 2012

Chittagong City Corporation, Bangladesh

Bangladesh|Briefing Workshop|Decentralised Waste Water Treatment|Story
Change power generation configuration to stabilise the grid

By: Chandra Bhushan

Two consecutive days of grid collapse has left almost half of India’s population without power.

Power Generation|Power Grid|Renewable Energy|Story
Constitution of Committee for inspection of Adani Port and SEZ (Mundra) by MoEF

The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) on September 14, 2012 has constituted a committee to look into violations of environmental and coastal regulation zone clearances by Adani Port and SEZ Ltd. in Mundra taluka of Kutch district in Gujarat.

Coastal regulation zone notification|Gujarat|Ministry Of Environment And Forests (MOEF)|Mundra|Special Economic Zones (SEZ)|Sunita Narain|Community Support|Story
Kolkata needs to plan its water future the right way – says study by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)

The city must think differently – ask its rich water-using population to pay, recharge its groundwater systems, and build on the strength of its tanks and lakes

Water-Sewage|Excreta Matters|Press Release
Steel plants in eastern India blatantly flouting environmental norms, finds CSE green rating survey

From left to right: Mr. Sandipan Mukherjee, Member Sec. WBPCB, Ms. Sunita Narain, DG CSE, Dr. Sudarshan Ghosh Dastidar, Environment Minister, West Bengal, Mr. Chandra Bhushan, DDG, CSE, and Mr. S K Roy, Chief Blast Furnace, Tata Steel Jamshedpur

West Bengal-based steelmakers rank as some of the worst of the lot

Green Rating Project|Iron & Steel Industry|Raiting|Steelmakers|Story
CSE responds to United States OPIC and Exim Bank – on the use of climate finance to kill the Indian solar panel industry

The United States Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and the US Exim Bank have evaded any response to the central contention of the recent release from Centre for Science and Environment ( ). Both have chosen to remain silent on use of climate ‘fast start financing’ to give subsidised loans to Indian project developers who buy equipment from US producers, thus undermining the Indian domestic manufacturing industry.

Renewable Energy|Renewable Energy|Story
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