CSE | Centre for Science and Environment

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Volunteer: Our Volunteers

River Pollution Campaign
 
Kartikeya Singh
B.Sc, Ecology and Sustainable Development, Furman University, USA
Research on Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETP) of Delhi and water related stories for Down to Earth magazine
 

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Volunteer: FAQ

There are many volunteer assignments available with CSE and you will take time to find the one that matches you the most depending on your interest and skills. Look up the following questions before you register as a volunteer with us.
 
What you need to know about CSE?
 

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Volunteer: What you get

  • A chance to share your skills and teach others what you are best at.

  • Learn how a professional organization / institution functions.

  •  Achieve personal satisfaction by helping others and by doing your civic duty.Spend your leisure time constructively.
  • Develop a new relationship with an institution and make new friends. 
  • Keep yourself updated on current issues. 

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Volunteer: What you can do

  • Be a part of a Programme Unit at CSE and study different issues, including Air Pollution, Water Management, Climate Change & Global Warming, Global Environmental Governance; Industry and Environment or Environmental Health in great detail.  
  • Lend a hand to CSE's survey, research and data collection efforts. 
  • Help us organize different campaigns and press releases and be a part of CSE's numerous awareness campaigns. 
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Volunteer introduction

 
 
Thank you for exploring volunteer opportunities at CSE.
 
Our planet is in trouble! It is faced with a long list of problems such as pollution, climate change, forest destruction and extinction of plants and animals etc. The good part is that most of us know that these threats exist and that humans have caused them. And we also know that every one of us, has a responsibility for our environment.  

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Press Release: Euro IV norms in 13 cities, but rest of India left in the lurch

 

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March 31, 2010

As Bharat Stage IV norms for fuels and vehicles come into force from April 1, 2010 in 13 cities of India, the automobile industry is trying its best to delay the implementation of Bharat Stage III norms for vehicles in the rest of India.

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