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CSE's Green Sense Survey

Thank you for visiting our website. You might have read our magazine Down To Earth (DTE). We try to appeal to your common sense through DTE. We are excited to inform you that we will soon be 20 year old. (1992 - 2012).

We wanted to see how much difference CSE’s work has made for you and your environment. We invite you to test your green sense here, through these quick, easy questions and also share your green idea for securing our green future.

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Environment Impact Assessment for Buildings: Kid’s gloves

Hell broke lose when the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests issued the January 19 2009 draft notification of Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) rules to exclude construction projects including the housing projects, commercial and retail construction that are less than 50,000 sq. mt. of built-up area from the ambit of the Environment Impact Assessment and the Environment Protection Act 1986.

Comments of CSE on the MoEF draft notification, issued on 19th January 2009, making certain amendments in the Environment Impact Assessment Notification, 2006

The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), draft notification S.O. 195 (E) dated 19th January 2009, proposes to make certain changes in the Environment Impact Assessment Notification, 2006.

Green CSE

At CSE, the function of buildings is primarily designed for in-house scientific and environmental research and publications on issues pertaining to the environment and development of national and international significance. The Organization is also very proactive in implementing one of the first renewable energy initiatives of 10 kWp Solar Photovoltaic at site-level to generate awareness in Low Carbon and Sustainable Technologies that is evident in its core objective too.

CSE Welcomes SC Decision on Drinking Water

New Delhi, August 25, 2003: Is clean drinking water a fundamental right of all Indians? The issue came to the fore with a public interest litigation that was filed suo moto in the Supreme Court (SC) today on behalf of the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE).

CSE welcomes Supreme Court notice to government on the ‘right to clean and safe drinking water’

New Delhi, August 25, 2003: Is clean drinking water a fundamental right of all Indians? The issue came to the fore with a public interest litigation that was filed suo moto in the Supreme Court (SC) today on behalf of the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE).

Press Note: After CSE, CPCB also finds UCIL site highly contaminated

On October 29, 2009, scientists from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)-Pollution Monitoring Laboratory had jointly collected soil samples from inside the former Union Carbide plant at Bhopal.

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