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CSE Media Fellowship Briefing: Urbanscapes: how sustainable are our buildings and cities?

May 1-2, 2014

Casuarina Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 

Electricity accounted for 57 per cent of total energy consumption during 2011-12 in India -- the building sector used up close to 40 per cent of this electricity.

Media Fellowship Briefin|Media Briefing Workshops|Story
India’s first-ever environmental rating of coal-based power plants finds the sector’s performance to be way below global benchmarks
  • Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) Green Rating Project releases its analysis and rating of India’s coal-based thermal power plants

Green Rating Project|Levels of Pollution|Thermal Power Plants|Press Release
Gurgaon city dialogue on Action for Clean Air in Gurgaon: Our City. We Care

The collaborative workshop on Action for Clean Air in Gurgaon: Our City. We Care was a joint initiative of the Artemis Hospital, gurgaon and the New Delhi based Centre for Science and Environment. The city dialogue held on December 23, 2014 in Main Auditorium of Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon, and was attended by nearly 50 participants.

Action for Clean Air in Gurgaon|Right To Clean Air Campaign|Air Pollution|Story
Washout in Lima

Centre for Science and Environment says the conference’s decisions will not result in a climate deal in 2015 

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)|Climate Change|Lima Call to Climate Action|Media Resource Centre|Press Release
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
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