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Press Release: CSE stands by its report on honey, debunks Australian honeymaker’s claims

New Delhi, September 18, 2010:

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has come out with a strong rebuttal of claims made by Capilano, the Australian honey producing firm, which has rejected the tests on honey conducted by CSE’s Pollution Monitoring Lab.


Green buildings: CSE’s new report advocates rating of water-efficient fixtures

New report advocates rating of water-efficient fixtures in buildings

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September 28, 2010
New report advocates rating of water-efficient fixtures in buildings

CSE lab study: Busting the myth about ‘pure and natural’ honey

New Delhi, September 15, 2010

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A latest study by CSE’s Pollution Monitoring Lab finds antibiotic contamination in honey; investigations by Down To Earth points to double standards in regulations as foreign brands sold in India also have contamination

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CSE's mining book releases

Date: March 7, 2009
CSE’s report on mining – Rich Lands Poor People – released in Rajasthan

CSE welcomes new National Ambient Air Quality Standards

New Delhi, November 18, 2009: Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has welcomed the newly notified Revised National Ambient Air Quality Standards, which were announced here today by Jairam Ramesh, the minister of state (independent charge) for environment and forests.


We need a Union Budget that works for bus users, not private car owners: CSE

New Delhi, June 22, 2009: “Tax our cars, Mr Finance Minister, not our buses”: this is – once again -- the message that Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has for Pranab Mukherjee, as he gets set to present the new government’s first Budget.

Indian sugar mills generate as much ‘green’ energy as windmills, and at half the cost

New Delhi, June 5, 2009: As the 2009 World Environment Day draws to a close, there’s heartening news from unexpected quarters: Indian sugar mills seem to be doing their bit to ease the energy crisis in the country. What’s more, they are doing it by generating biomass-based ‘green’ energy from bagasse, a waste product that comes from sugarcane cultivation.

Delhi, Kerala schools corner India’s ‘greenest’ school awards

New Delhi, December 18, 2008: St Paul’s School, in Delhi’s Hauz Khas, had made it to the list in 2007 as well. But this year, it managed to really ‘break the mould’. And cornered the first position in the ‘Changemakers’ category of CSE’s Gobar Times Green Schools Awards.

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