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Two week training programme on “Waste Management: Policies, Issues, Challenges and Way Forward, December 7-18, 2015”

The two week programme on “Waste Management: Policies, Issues, Challenges and Way Forward”, was held in New Delhi from December 7-18, 2015 under the tripartite agreement between CSE, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) and Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

Waste Management|Industry & Environment|Story
CSE Stakeholder discussion forum: Kolkata City Dialogue on Air quality and transportation challenge: An agenda for action

Venue: Conference room, Lytton Hotel, 14 & 14/1, Sudder Street (near Indian Museum), Kolkata

Date: January 30, 2016 (Saturday)

Time: 9.30 am – 2.00 pm

Air Quality and Transportation Challenge|Kolkata City Dialogue|Story|Air Pollution
Air quality benefits of odd-even vehicle rationing programmein Delhi: An analysis of week 1

Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority for NCR

January 8, 2016

Overall pollution level this winter is higher than last winter. This demands emergency action

This winter has witnessed extremely high level of pollution. Typical winter conditions -- cold temperature, lower mixing height of air, calm and no-wind conditions trap air and pollution. As a result, pollution builds up very quickly and peaks. This is why winter months require tougher emergency action to reduce pollution. Weather is an important constraint in pollution management.

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Air Pollution|Typical winter conditions|Story|Air Pollution
Bengaluru residents actually breathe in air which has 3-12 times higher pollution levels than the ambient level – says CSE study in the city
  • Bengaluru is in the grip of rising air pollution. Official ambient air quality monitoring has shown 57 per cent increase in particulate matter in just four years. In more than 85 per cent of monitoring locations, the levels have exceeded standards

Air Pollution|Air Quality Monitoring|Bengaluru|Euro VI|Press Release|Air Pollution
Global Renewable Energy and Energy Access Transformation” or GREEAT

Chandra Bhushan, deputy director general of CSE, presented the idea of “Global Renewable Energy and Energy Access Transformation” or GREEAT at the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy side event on energy access. He spoke about the importance of affordability in the future energy system. “Future of energy is decentralized distributed and renewable,” he said at the event. 

Global Renewable Energy and Energy Access Transformation|GREEAT|Renewable Energy|Story
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