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Coastal Erosion


Shifting sands of (mal) development

We were on a beach. Somewhere close to Puducherry. The sight was surreal: half-smashed houses with wide open fronts, people still living in them. The devastation was caused not by a sea storm or a cyclone, but by the eroded beach. The sea had crept up to the village; there was no protection between the sea and the village.

CSE’s Regional Media Briefing Workshop on Coasts, Coastal Populations and their Concerns

Panaji, Goa, August 13-14, 2010

This workshop was supported by Jamsetji Tata Trust

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Panaji, Goa, August 13 - 14, 2010

Second CSE Media Fellowship for the South Asian Region: The Coastal Concerns in South Asia

South Asia has one of the most bustling coasts with densely populated habitations on its 12,000 km long coastline.

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EIA analysis of POSCO captive port in Orissa

A representative of National Centre for Advocacy Studies based in the state of Maharashtra, working towards strengthening rights based and people centred advocacy in India and South Asia, requested us, on behalf of the POSCO Pratirodh Sangram Samiti (PPSS- a mass based people’s rights movement against the POSCO project impacts), to technically evaluate the Marine Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) document of Captive Minor Port of POSCO – India Private Limited, Bhubaneswar, located at Jatadharmohan Creek near Paradeep in State of Orissa.

CSE's Nineth Media Fellowship on The Coastal Concerns of India

This fellowship was supported by Jamshedji Tata Trust

9th CSE Media Fellowship on The Coastal Concerns of India November 2009-January 2010.

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