video Declining population of camel in India is worrying

With increasing mechanisation and synthetic fertiliser usage, the camel is no longer needed for transportation, ploughing and manure

video How India lost its finest Banni grasslands to an exotic species called Prosopis Juliflora

The Banni grasslands in Kutch, Gujarat, span over 2,600 square kilometres (sq km).

video Sunita Narain: Rio’s stepchild must become the parent in our climate-risked world

Since climate change is haunting the world in various forms, the management of land and water is at risk, says the environmentalist


Meteorological data is a public resource that private players now want to monetise

Gobar Times

My experiments with environment
The relevance of Gandhian thoughts in the age of climate change



CSE facilitates a landmark change in Tanzania's Environmental Regulations

CSE provided crucial support in formulating the Regulations to the National Environmental Management Council (NEMC), which is the nodal agency in Tanzania for conducting environmental impact assessments, compliance and enforcement.

Water and Wastewater Management

CSE Signed an MoU with the International Water Association (IWA)

April 2, 2019

Sustainable management of water and wastewater is one of the essential prerequisites for development in modern times.

Renewable Energy

Promoting Distributed Renewable Energy

CSE has used its research to constantly engage with the government and advocate for change in the government’s policy framework. CSE was part of a committee that worked with Ministry of New and Renewable Energy


Making a big impact in Bihar

Bihar’s first solid waste processing site to convert organic waste into compost was inaugurated recently in Muzaffarpur by Suresh Kumar Sharma, the state’s minister for urban development and housing. CSE’s intervention in the city is now being viewed as a model to be replicated in the entire state.