'Excreta Matters' release in Bengaluru

July 04, 2012

Date: June 28, 2012

The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has recently released its seventh State of India's Environment titled Excreta Matters. In this report we have analysed the water-sewage situation in 71-cities across India, including Bengaluru, to provide decision makers a detailed description of the problems associated with urban India, and to map where cities get their water and where their waste goes. We believe this understanding is critical to find a sustainable and affordable paradigm of urban growth.

We are launching the report at a workshop in Bangalore on 28th June, 2012 to be held from 9:30 AM till 1 PM at The Capitol Hotel, No 3 Raj Bhavan Road. Arghyam, Bangalore, a philanthropic foundation working on domestic water and sanitation around the country, is supporting and partnering us for this event.

For details, please get in touch with  Bharat Lal Seth, CSE, bharat@cseindia.org, 9717615865

 

Presentation
Excreta Matters: 7th Citizens’ Report on the state of India’s Environment
By: Sunita Narain
 
News clippings

Bangalorewihsesh/ Bangalore: June 29, 2012

Water Crisis, grudge thy waterman

Deccan Herald/ Bangalore:
June 28, 2012

City's water bodies lost: CSE report

Deccan Herald/ Bangalore:
June 28, 2012

Bangalore sinking in own excreta'

Hindu/ Bangalore:
June 29, 2012

Recycling key to water conservation

New Indian Express/ Bangalore: June 29, 2012

Frame water conservation law: Expert

Times of India/ Bangalore:
June 29, 2012

Water: The catch-22 situation

Times of India/ Delhi:
June 28, 2012

40% water lost in distribution: Survey
 
Posters
BENGALURU:
The Water-Waste Portrait
TUMKUR:
The Water-Waste Portrait
HUBLI-DHARWAD:
The Water-Waste Portrait