Date: July 04, 2019
Published on Jan 7, 2009 One of the bonus features from the movie DVD FLOW: For Love Of Water.
Instituted in March 2015 under India’s central mining law, the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act (1957), District Mineral Foundation (DMF)
Workshop attended by experts from India and South Africa
Over the last decade, anew form of kidney disease of unknown etiology has emerged in the dry zone of Sri Lanka. The occurrence is mainly amongst males of age group 30–60 years engaged in agriculture.
Water is under pressure from increasing demand stemming from growing development pressures, with its manifestations in the form of deteriorating water quality, declining availability and unregulated groundwater extraction.
Pollution in Sonbhadra area is not new and has been talked about for many years but no action has been taken to check the pollution. This has led to long term health impacts which have now started to show up in the population of the region. CSE took up a study to look at these health impacts and to investigate the possible causes.
Rules out heavy metals in drinking water as a probable cause
Public hearing of the capacity expansion of coal washing facility by Hind Energy, Hingadih village, Chhattisgarh - Part I
“Drinking Water for the Last Person” training workshops for Panchayats in Dhar, Madhya Pradesh, 2010.
Packaged drinking water or natural mineral water is everywhere. It is now available in pouches, cups, bottles and bulky transparent jars.
New Delhi, August 25, 2003: Is clean drinking water a fundamental right of all Indians? The issue came to the fore with a public interest litigation that was filed suo moto in the Supreme Court (SC) today on behalf of the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE).