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Stakeholder Consultation Workshop in Zanzibar, 29th August, 2016

A six day scoping visit was made in Zanzibar to understand the existing issues and challenges in the island concerning waste and wastewater management, tourism sector, forestry and climate change; and compliance and enforcement. On 29th August, 2016, a half day stakeholder consultation workshop was organized by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi and Zanzibar Environment Management Authority (ZEMA) to discuss the major findings of the scoping visit done by CSE staff and to finalise the major areas of future intervention.

Stakeholder Consultation Workshop|Zanzibar|Industry & Environment|Story
State Level Workshop on Sewage and Septage Management

Date: 10th August, 2016 

Venue: Conference Hall, Project Building, Dhurwa, Ranchi, Jharkhand

The state level workshop aimed for sensitisation and knowledge enhancement of city officials on sewage and septage management was held dated August 10, 2016.

Thematic focus of the workshop included: 

  • Sustainable wastewater management systems at city and institutional levels 

CSE Workshop|Water Management|Story
Regional Consultation on Air Quality, Clean Vehicles and Sustainable Mobility Roadmap

A joint initiative of Centre for Science and Environment, India and National Environment Management Authority, Kenya 

Nairobi, August 24 – 25, 2016 (9.30 am – 5.00 pm)

Air quality|Clean Vehicles and Sustainable Mobility Roadmap|Story|Air Pollution
Do hills need Landfills? The need for Zero Landfill Cities in North East India

Book Release: 'Not in My Backyard'- 10th August, 2016, Guwahati, Assam

What direction should waste management take in North East India? What does the future hold in store? Are landfills the answer? Is Waste-to-energy technology still a good bet? Why segregation is the key? These are some of the questions that come to our minds when thinking about the fragile ecosystem of North East India.

CSE Book Release|Green Rating Project|Not in My Backyard|Story
100% renewable energy future for North-East

Like the rest of the country, the north eastern region is dominated by fossil fuels when it comes to electricity generation. Even with an installed capacity of 3.5 giga-watts, the fact is that there is still a shortage of 5.1 per cent of electricity for the people in this region. This figure however does not include the millions of people who do not have access to electricity in the country. 

North-East|“Renewable Energy|Renewable Energy|Story
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