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Down To Earth Cover Story: Future shock

As the world continues to pump greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the global temperatures could rise by 3°C by mid-century, says a soon-to-be-released report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

What We Test : Pesticides

WHAT WE TEST: PESTICIDES   The CSE Lab analyses the following groups of widely used pesticides in India Chlorinated hydrocarbons such as DDT, DDD, DDE, g-HCH, lindane, aldrin, dieldrin, a, b - endosulphan, endosulphan sulphate and heptachlor, etc.

Caffeine content of Energy Drinks

Pollution Monitoring Laboratory of CSE The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a non-governmental organization based in NewDelhi, has set up the Pollution Monitoring Laboratory (PML) to monitor environmental pollution.

What We Test : Air Pollution

  The CSE laboratory can monitor the following pollutants in ambient air • Suspended particulate matter • Respirable suspended particulate matter • Nitrogen di-oxide • Sulphur di-oxide    

Born Into Hell

Centre for Science and Environment’s Pollution Monitoring Lab (PML) tested water and soil samples from in and around the Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) factory for the presence of toxic chemicals

Lab Reports

See also Press Releases [Sept. 18, 2010] CSE stands by its report on honey, debunks Australian honeymaker’s claims [Sept. 15, 2010] CSE busts the myth about ‘natural and pure’ honey CSE Lab Report Letters Letter from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Minister of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Commerce & Industry Letter from Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Letter from Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Letter from Ministry of Commerce & Industry Presentation Factsheets CSE’s Pollution Monitoring Laboratory over the years: a decade of public science Regulations: not working to regulate contaminants Why antibiotic in food is harmful: creating resistance and indomitable superbugs International honey trade: the murky side of sweet business  

Antibiotic Residues in Honey

The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a non-governmental organization based inNew Delhi, has set up the Pollution Monitoring Laboratory (PML) to monitor environmental pollution.

Antiboitics in Honey

Ayurveda prescribes it for a range of ailments. People eat it for rejuvenation and boosting immunity. An Indian homemaker’s kitchen shelf is incomplete without a jar of this amber liquid. But without quality and safety controls, this gift of nature has been contaminated. CSE laboratory tests find high levels of antibiotics in well-known brands of honey sold in the market. Download report

Antibiotics in honey

Honey has the image of being a natural and healthy product. However, today honey is produced in an environment, polluted by different sources of contamination. The contamination sources can be environmental and apicultural ones. Environmental contaminants are pesticides, heavy metals, bacteria and radioactivity.