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Swachh Survekshan 2017 encouraging environmentally unsustainable approaches for waste management, says CSE

Says methodology should give points for segregation and recycle and reuse over centralised approaches like landfill and waste-to-energy plants

CSE welcomes Delhi Declaration and India’s National Action Plan (NAP) on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR )

“A big step in the right direction to increase inter-agency cooperation to tackle the public health challenge of AMR,” says CSE

CSE welcomes stopping of incentives for mild diesel hybrids

Government disqualifies mild hybrid cars from getting incentive under the FAME programme aimed to promote electric mobility in the country

Trump’s latest Executive Order may lead to the end of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, says CSE

  • The Executive Order calls for an immediate reevaluation of the Clean Power Plan, the flagship initiative of the US to meet its emission reduction pledge.

Narmada cannot be allowed to become a ‘nullah’ like the Yamuna in Delhi – says Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan

Releases Down To Earth Hindi magazine (Narmada cover) with environmentalist Sunita Narain; assures his government will implement the measures recommended by the magazine

Over 40 per cent of bio-medical waste generated in Jharkhand goes untreated, seriously endangering public health: CSE’s new study

  • Not Handled With Care, survey report by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is an effort to understand the state of bio-medical waste management in two of the biggest cities of Jharkhand, the gaps that exist and the path towards harnessing the opportunities 

FIRST FOOD: CULTURE OF TASTE Noted environmental activist and writer Sunita Narain releases CSE’s book on food at Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016

“We are in imminent danger of losing nature as well as the knowledge that links it to our food and nutrition. This book is about the rediscovery of the knowledge that is not all lost, and the urgent imperative to fight back to reclaim our food and our habits”: Sunita Narain

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