video Climate Change leading to rise of Wet-Bulb Temperatures harming Human Health

On July 1, 2021, Delhi experienced a heatwave, when the maximum temperature rose to 43.5°C. At the same time, Ganganagar, in west Rajasthan, reported India's highest temperature of 44.5°C. Some pockets of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, north Rajasthan and west Uttar Pradesh still continue to face heat wave conditions.

video Is climate change killing Pantanal, the world's largest tropical wetlands?

More than 70,000 square kilometres of marsh and forest land have burnt in the Pantanal in the last three years. This equals about 4 million football fields.

video Pandemics, Art and Science

It won't be wrong to say that the first seminal work on modern urban planning happened because of the plague. Pandemics like the plague bring in death and tragedy, unthinkable by the human imagination.



CSE works with EPA Ghana on Inspection and Audit manual

EPA Ghana has launched the Inspection and Audit manual which is collaboratively being prepared by CSE's Industrial Pollution team and EPA. This manual is a novel initiative from EPA towards ensuring compliance and strengthening environmental governance in Ghana.

Food and Toxins

Working on AMR in Zambia

Given the complete curb on international travel and the attention of partner agencies in Zambia on the Covid-19 situation, the programme was able to still engage with key stakeholders

Urban Water

MoU signed with Housing and Urban Development Dept Govt of Odisha

CSE has signed a three-year MoU with the Housing and Urban Development Dept. (HUDD), Govt. of Odisha

Air Pollution

Work in the states moves ahead

In Odisha, a meeting with the state Additional Chief Secretary, Environment, firmed up the next steps for implementation of CAAP for the state’s non-attainment cities.