July 5, 2016
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) releases its analysis of two years of NDA government
Says Sunita Narain, whose new book Why I Should Be Tolerant will be released in Delhi on the eve of World Environment Day
It is not about the lack of water or monsoons, but about a lack of planning, policies and foresight
The problem is not about lack of rainfall, but about lack of planning and foresight, and criminal neglect P Sainath and Yogendra Yadav join Narain at a national meet on drought to give a call for action
Sunita Narain’s inclusion in the TIME magazine list of 100 most influential people reinforces what CSE advocates
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) welcomes new notification of Bio-medical Waste Management Rules, 2016, by environment ministry.
CSE welcomes first-ever notification of the construction and demolition waste management rules, 2016, by the Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change
Knowledge Conclave attended by around 100 teachers ended today
Chennai experienced its worst floods in recent history. While unexpected and heavy rainfall was initially held responsible for the flooding, analysis has further shown that destruction of wetlands in Chennai, which stands strategically at the tail end of several rivers, was a primary reason as well. Town planners see only land, not water, and everyone wants buildings and more buildings. Cities like Hyderabad and Bengaluru, too, have lost their wetlands and lakes due to urban expansion, pollution and catchment loss.
CSE holds workshop on protection of urban lakes and wetlands in Puducherry
New Delhi, February 18: Centre for Science an Environment (CSE) has been given the Business Standard award for 2015 for being the “public institution” of the year. The Business Standard award, given annually to companies and individuals, had introduced a new category for “public institution” for its 2015 awards. CSE’s deputy director general, Chandra Bhushan, who received the award at a ceremony in Mumbai, said, “We are pleased to find environmental issues at the centrestage.
Live cooking and other demonstrations made at Organic Farmers’ Market organised by Centre for Science and Environment
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