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Muzaffarpur Nagar Nigam joins hands with Centre for Science and Environment to turn Muzaffarpur into a smart, clean city

‘SWACHHTA SWASTHYA SAMRIDHI’ – a workshop on management of solid waste and sanitation in Muzaffarpur - sees participation by all key municipal functionaries and political leaders of the city

First of its Kind Book by CSE on Solid Waste Management Released in Patna

  • Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) book on solid waste management, Not in my Backyard, is one of the first of its kind attempts in India to understand the state of solid waste management in the country, the numbers behind it, the gaps that exist and the path towards harnessing the opportunities

Delhi-based research body Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) organises meeting of community groups in Bhubaneswar on District Mineral Foundations (DMF)

Odisha setting up DMFs in all its mining districts 

DMFs aimed at ensuring people get their rights over natural resources, but the state is lagging behind in making the system inclusive – finds the meeting

The Supreme Court issues far reaching directives on Graded Response Action Plan to address health emergency in the National Capital Region of Delhi

In response to EPCA report on highly polluting industrial fuels of furnace oil and petroleum coke in the entire NCR, the Supreme Court has directed the Union Government to examine and ban these fuels in the NCR region. 

‘COP of Action’ turns out to be ‘COP of Distraction’: CSE

  • COP22 was supposed to be Action COP meant to flesh out the finer details of the Paris Agreement

What Donald Trump’s win means for Climate Change – CSE’s viewpoint

New Delhi, November 09, 2016: It is no secret that Donald Trump, like most republicans, does not believe in climate change. Will his winning the US Presidential race lead to an unravelling of all the good work that has been done so far in this area? What does the future hold in store for climate change? 

CSE welcomes emergency measures announced today by Government of Delhi

Super severe level of choking pollution persisting for seven consecutive days – this requires immediate intervention

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