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New study by Centre for Science and Environment shatters the myth of star-rated ACs

New study by Centre for Science and Environment shatters the myth of star-rated ACs

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Watch Anumita Roychowdhury explain the CSE study

Brief note on workshop on Cumulative Impact Assessment: Need for better assessment tool: Time to deliberate

DROUGHT DIARIES: A normal monsoon… so what?

A media briefing and knowledge-sharing workshop on drought, climate change and what Indian villages are doing to adapt and mitigate

POLICY BRIEF: Shutting Old Capacity: The 34 GW Question


Discusses the environmental, economic and technical parameters that can be used to identify power plant units which have exceeded their design life for retirement

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Discusses the environmental, economic and technical parameters that can be used to identify power plant units which have exceeded their design life for retirement

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CSE’s Roundtable on Pollution Control Technology options for Coal based power plants

July 8, 2016: Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) organized a roundtable inviting pollution control equipment manufacturers on Thursday to discuss various technology options available to meet the recently notified emission limiting standards for coal based power plants. The meeting was attended by 32 participants from 18 companies. 

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Date: July 6, 2016

Workshop to discuss roadmap for cleaner clay fired brick production

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in collaboration with Greentech Knowledge Solution Private Ltd. (GKSPL) organized a workshop on ‘Roadmap for Cleaner Clay-Fired Brick Production in India’ on 8th June at New Delhi.

The objective of the workshop was to discuss the technological and regulatory road map which needs to be developed to overcome the problems in transforming the brick sector of the country. What needs to be done and how it can be achieved?

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Roundtable- Mainstreaming Water Sensitive Urban Design and Planning- Challenges and Opportunities in Sustainable Development

India has witnessed a rapid increase in urban population (with expected growth rate of 2.54% population per annum) during the past few decades. Today all cities and towns are exerting pressure on water resources leading to increasing water demand and supply gap.Furthermore, this increasing urbanization in India is resulting in a heavy clamor of “built-up area” which includes residential, commercial and retail spaces.

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