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Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests and Centre for Science and Environment side event at COP 17

Organizers: Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India and the Centre for Science and Environment (www.cseindia.org), New Delhi

Date and time: Monday, December 5, 2011; 18.30-20.00

Venue: Blyde River Room, Durban Exhibition Centre, Durban

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Date: December 5, 2011

Photo Graphs on South Asian Media Briefing Workshop on Climate Change, 2011

PMFAI files interim application

Pleads to be allowed to export formulations

The Pesticides Manufacturers and Formulators Association of India (PMFAI) today filed an interim application in the Supreme Court seeking permission to export the existing stock of endosulfan formulations.

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Exporters plead to export raw endosulfan

SC reserves decision for November 21

The endosulfan hearing on November 14, saw the pesticides manufacturers pleading with the court to allow them to export raw endosulfan. The Supreme Court, on September 30 had allowed the export of endosulfan formulations to countries from which they had received export orders prior to the ban.

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Anil Agarwal Dialogue on Green Clearances: February 24- 25, 2012

New Delhi

The Anil Agarwal Dialogue was aimed to bring together NGOs, experts, policy makers and media from  all across the country to discuss the issue of green clearance, their recommendations were collated into a charter of demands at the end of the two day brain-storming.

This workshop is co supported by Jamsetji Tata Trust

 

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Date: February 24- 25, 2012

CSE's South Asian Media Briefing Workshop on Climate Change, 2011

New Delhi, India

November 16-17, 2011

The stage is getting set for the 17th Conference of Parties (CoP) in Durban. This is also the year which might sound the death knell for the Kyoto Protocol. In which direction would climate change negotiations and action head in the coming years? What more evidence has the science and study of climate change thrown up? And would the debates and discussions on mitigation and adaptation be a little more transparent, coherent and comprehensible this year?

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