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CSE welcomes Delhi High Court Judgment on Delhi BRT
  • Visionary judgment from the Delhi High Court upholds the principle of sustainable mobility

Bus Rapid Transit System (BRT)|High Court|Press Release|Air Pollution
‘Junk the junk food’: Rahul Bose, Sandeep Dikshit run to support CSE’s campaign to shun junk food in schools

Over 400 school and college students participate in Quarterathon for a cause of public health

CSE|Food and Toxins|Junk Food|Rahul Bose|Press Release|Food safety and toxins
CSE along with Jaipur Development Authority organised citizens' dialogue on air quality and mobility challenges in Jaipur

Jaipur’s air pollution has reached a ‘critical’ level, says latest CSE analysis

Growing vehicle numbers and resultant congestion to blame

Air Pollution|Air quality|Critical|Jaipur’s air pollution|Press Release|Air Pollution
Briefing workshop on New Paradigms of Urban Wastewater Treatment – Challenges and Options, Chittagong, Bangladesh

A joint initiative of Centre for Science and Environment, India and Chittagong City Corporation, Bangladesh

September 24, 2012

Chittagong City Corporation, Bangladesh

Bangladesh|Briefing Workshop|Decentralised Waste Water Treatment|Story
Change power generation configuration to stabilise the grid

By: Chandra Bhushan

Two consecutive days of grid collapse has left almost half of India’s population without power.

Power Generation|Power Grid|Renewable Energy|Story
Constitution of Committee for inspection of Adani Port and SEZ (Mundra) by MoEF

The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) on September 14, 2012 has constituted a committee to look into violations of environmental and coastal regulation zone clearances by Adani Port and SEZ Ltd. in Mundra taluka of Kutch district in Gujarat.

Coastal regulation zone notification|Gujarat|Ministry Of Environment And Forests (MOEF)|Mundra|Special Economic Zones (SEZ)|Sunita Narain|Community Support|Story
Kolkata needs to plan its water future the right way – says study by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)

The city must think differently – ask its rich water-using population to pay, recharge its groundwater systems, and build on the strength of its tanks and lakes

Water-Sewage|Excreta Matters|Press Release
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