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Leading Indian research body looks for reasons behind CKDue prevalence in North Central region of Sri Lanka

Rules out heavy metals in drinking water as a probable cause

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Rules out heavy metals in drinking water as a probable cause

Too little water and too much waste is Hyderabad’s bane. City needs innovative solutions: says CSE

  • New Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) releases Excreta Matters, its 71-city study of how Indian urban centres manage their water and sewage.

Instead of groundwater, Gurgaon builders can use treated sewage: CSE

  • Punjab and Haryana High Court restrains Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) from giving licenses to builders unless they give an affidavit that they will not use groundwater

Restore your lakes and ponds, augment sewage treatment: CSE suggests to Madhya Pradesh

  • New Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) releases Excreta Matters, its 71-city study of how Indian urban centres manage their water and sewage

Restore your lakes and ponds, revisit the public-private-partnership schemes: CSE suggests to Bengaluru

  • New Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) releases Excreta Matters, its 71-city study of how Indian urban centres manage their water and sewage.

Manage your sewage, CSE warns Meerut

  • New Delhi-based research and advocacy body, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) releases its study on water and wastewater management in Meerut

  • Meerut depends on groundwater -- inspite of the Ganga, Yamuna and the Kali Nadi in its vicinity. Ground sources diminishing at an alarming rate

  • Only 25 per cent of the city’s households are connected to the underground sewerage system. No sewage treatment

WHO says there is a definite link between diesel exhaust and cancer

CSE says India must pay heed to the findings and stop state-sponsored homicide by allowing uncontrolled use of dirty diesel

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CSE says India must pay heed to the findings and stop state-sponsored homicide by allowing uncontrolled use of dirty diesel

India's building sector must stop resource guzzling if it wants to be called green

CSE warns against environmental debacle in Indian cities if resource guzzling and wastes in the building construction sector is not minimised

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CSE warns against environmental debacle in Indian cities if resource guzzling and wastes in the building construction sector is not minimised

On World Environment Day, CSE warns Delhi’s air pollution and congestion crisis will worsen this decade if urgent action is not taken

  • Nearly every day this summer, both particulate matter and ozone levels have exceeded standards. These pollutants can snuff life out of cities
  • On top of that, carbon dioxide emissions from cars have added to the warming in and around the city
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