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CSE welcomes the move to restrain diesel cars in Delhi

  • Diesel exhaust has already been branded as human carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) of the WHO has shocked the world

CSE Invites Journalists in and around Bangalore to attend workshop on air quality and transportation December 18, 2015

Dear Friend, 

Cities in India are paying a heavy price for development. An increase in the use of private transport is a key factor for deteriorating air quality in several Indian cities. How is Bengaluru faring, and what does the data on other Karanataka cities show?

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Date: December 18, 2015

CSE lambasts Delhi municipal agency’s move to allow free parking in malls and commercial complexes

“It is shocking that at a time when killer pollution in Delhi demands strong restraints on car usage, our municipal agencies are pressing flawed laws to stop priced parking in commercial
complexes and malls”: CSE’s Air Pollution Control team

Parking restraint must to reduce car usage and promote clean commuting practices, says CSE analysis

Car-free days and lower traffic volumes on holidays can lower air pollution in Delhi – parking restraint measures can help reduce air pollution

Stakeholder Workshop on Air quality and transportation challenges in Nigeria and agenda for Clean Air Action Plan

CSE organised a Stakeholder Workshop on Air quality and transportation challenges in Nigeria and agenda for Clean Air Action Plan in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Environment (FME), Federal Democratic Republic of Nigeria on November 3, 2015 in Abuja. The objective of this workshop was to involve the concerned stakeholder groups to discuss issues pertaining to air quality and transportation in cities of Nigeria, identification of problem areas and strategies and solutions. 

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CSE evaluation of Volkswagen emissions fraud case and current regulations for emissions control from on-road vehicles has exposed India’s lack of readiness to deal with compromised emissions performance on roads

  • Monitoring of emissions from diesel vehicles is particularly weak. If emissions control system in modern diesel vehicles does not work, it can lead to uncontrolled killer emissions of toxic particulates and nitrogen oxides

CSE exposure monitoring on Diwali finds unacceptably high levels of pollution

CSE exposure monitoring of PM 2.5 on Diwali night found unacceptable levels of pollution people breathe despite a small dip in ambient pollution levels reported by official ambient monitoring systems

Urban Air Quality Challenges and Strategies to Eeduce Emissions From In-use and New Vehicles

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is organising a two days orientation workshop on “urban air quality challenges and strategies to reduce emissions from in-use and new vehicles” in New Delhi on November 16-17, 2015.

This is a specialised workshop designed to help officials in developing key policy and technical interventions required to reduce emissions from in-use and new vehicles in cities.

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Date: November 16-17, 2015

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