Centre for Science and Environment


“To achieve a 1.5 degrees temperature goal, the world must agree to a fair allocation of carbon space and massive enhancement of financial and technological support from developed countries”

A joint statement made by Prof. T Jayaraman from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Prof. Anand Patwardhan from University of Maryland and IIT-Mumbai and Chandra Bhushan, Deputy Director General, CSE

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Summary of Side Event

Centre for Science and Environment organized a side event in the COP21 at the India Pavillion along with the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change titled “Equity and Climate Justice: Operationalising Equity and the Global Carbon Budget.” Secretary Ashok Lavasa started the conversation claiming “Climate change is a consequence of the path of economic development chosen by the world and developing country should be denied this development.”

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Training for IFS Probationers

Date:  May 12 - 13, 2015 

Venue: Centre for Science & Environment, 41 Tughlaqabad Institutional Area, New Delhi 110062

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Lima Climate Talks: Update

Washout in Lima: CoP 20 ends without pledges for emissions cuts till 2020

Climate summit decisions will not result in a climate deal in 2015, says Centre for Science and Environment. World headed for a 3-4°C temperature rise

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IPCC’s Synthesis Report released; warns of catastrophic consequences of inaction on limiting global warming

CSE says developed world has failed to take the lead in solving the problem; appeals to the Indian government to take a leadership role in global climate negotiations for an ambitious global action 

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