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PRESS INVITE: Regional Dialogue on Sustainable (‘green’) Building Bhubaneswar December-13-2013

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), and Bhubaneswar Development Authority invites you to Regional Dialogue on Sustainable (‘green’) Building Bhubaneswar, December 13, 2013

Our aspiration for higher standards of living is accompanied by an ever-increasing gap between energy demand and supply. Plagued with the highest distribution and transmission losses in the world, buildings (domestic and commercial) in India consume an enormous 33 per cent energy.

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Analysis of EIA report - Gare Palma Coal Sub Block IV/6

The Gare Palma Coal Sub Block IV/6 was allotted jointly to M/s Jindal Steel & Power Limited & M/s Nalwa Sponge Iron Limited by the Ministry of Coal on January 13, 2006 to meet the coal-requirement of their respective Sponge Iron Plants situated at distances of 45 km and 25 km from the Coal Block at Raigarh & Taraimal respectively.

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Excreta does matter - A Knowledge sharing seminar in Khulna on Water and Sanitation, September 08, 2013

CSE organised a seminar on water and sanitation in partnership with Centre for Coastal Environmental Conservation, a Khulna based NGO.

CSE training programme|Water Management|Story
Excreta does matter - A Knowledge sharing seminar in Dhaka on Water and Waste, September 04, 2013

The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) organised a knowledge sharing seminar in partnership with the Bangladesh Institute of Planners (BIP) on September 4th, 2013.

CSE training programme|Water Management|Story
Regional Workshop on ‘Energy and Resource Efficiency in Urban Water Management’ in Goa on September 27, 2013

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) organized a one day regional workshop on ‘Energy and Resource Efficiency in Urban Water Management’ on September 27, 2013 at the The International Centre Goa. This workshop is part series of workshops being organised in different parts of India by CSE to assist the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India.

Energy and Resource Efficiency in Urban Water Management|CCBP NURM|Story
Green rupee in a mess

The rupee has crashed, growth is down and there is panic that the India story may be over or, at least, seriously dented. For most commentators, the underlying reason for the decline is green regulations. They think environmentalists are squarely to blame.

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Regional Workshop on ‘Energy and Resource Efficiency in Urban Water Management’ in Puducherry on August 12, 2013

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) organized a one day regional workshop on ‘Energy and Resource Efficiency in Urban Water Management’ on August 12, 2013 at the Hotel Ananda Inn, Puducherry. This workshop is part series of workshops being organised in different parts of India by CSE to assist the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. For further details of the earlier state / regional workshops at Jaipur,

CSE Workshop|CCBP NURM|Story
Bhubaneshwar City Dialogue on Clean Air and Sustainable Mobility: An Agenda for Action

The collaborative workshop on Clean air and Sustainable Mobility: An agenda for action in Bhubaneswar was a joint initiative of the Bhubaneswar Development Authority and the New Delhi based Centre for Science and Environment. The city dialogue, held on August 20, 2013 in Mayfair Hotel Bhubaneswar and was attended by nearly 110 participants.

CSE training programme|Public Transport and Mobility|Story
Scaling up renewable energy mini-grids for rural electrification

India is struggling with the problem of providing access to energy services even after 66 years of Independence. According to the census of 2011, more than 77 million households still use kerosene for lighting. In rural India, more than 44 per cent of the households lack basic access to electricity. Even those villages that have been provided with grid power receive less than 6 hours supply in most cases.

CSE training programme|Renewable Energy|Story
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