Work overview

This component of the programme designs tools and approaches to strengthen pollution regulation and environment impact assessments across the global South. As part of this, CSE recommends environment assessment approaches that are tailored to high impact/visibility sectors, and then helps build capacities of officials/regulators in the application of these approaches.

In Tanzania, CSE has provided a crucial support in formulating new regulations to the National Environmental Management Council (NEMC), the nodal agency in Tanzania, for conducting environmental impact assessments, compliance and enforcement. The Government of Tanzania has notified the regulations on August 31, 2018.

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Global Industry

Citizen participation in Ghana’s gold mining sector: A ray of hope for 'galamseyers'?
By: Md Mostak Al Farhad
Kenya’s environmental regulator ready to reconsider EIA processing fees due to financial crunch
By: Md Mostak Al Farhad
Protests over toxic gold mining at Nile: Will there be truce in Sudan
By: Md Mostak Al Farhad
Kabwe lead poisoning: Fresh evidence filed against mining company on behalf of over 100,000 victims
By: Susan Chacko
Water, Africa’s Gold: South Africa seeks to increase water through recycling, reuse
By: Engela Duvenage
COVID-19: Ethiopia stares at water crisis
By: Shreya Verma
The gold rush
By: Srestha Banerjee
African countries need to clean up their act on industrial pollution
By: Shreya Verma

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Training Programs

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Global Industry

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