Nearly 140,000 people in India died in road accidents in 2013, more than the death toll from many communicable diseases. But the country does not …
Delhi hosts Water Asia 2000
Amid private companies' high-tech solutions to the water crisis, CSE presents a decentralised view of water management
Whose science should we focus on?
The current debate over ancient India's scientific feats is less about science and more about a cultural `feel good' factor
Why are lives so cheap in Indian steel plants?
Centre for Science and Environment report had highlighted poor safety conditions in steel plants. Two mishaps in a row at the Bhilai and …
We, the people
Industrialised countries uneasy at the prospect of a shift from traditional political rights for the individual to rights that link communities …
People's participation in resource management
Community enterprise unlimited
Management ofprotected areas has been one of the principal bones of contention between the various shades of interested opinions in the country.
Small towns Big mess
India's urban environment is a ghastly cocktail of prosperity, poverty and pollution. A study of eight towns moving towards the precipice of disaster
Why are we all falling ill
The pursuit of unsustainable economic growth, bad development policy, lack of good science, and poverty are a prescription for ill-health. These …
When wealth is not health
India's economic growth has come at a terrible price. In two decades, while the GDP more than doubled, vehicular pollution increased eight times …
Making polluters pay
Despite bureaucratic hurdles, a non-governmental organisation hope to bring to book an erring paper mill in Punjab
A red politician who saw opportunity in green
A chief minister who gave autonomy to environment regulators
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CSE on CoP 25: What we want on equity
The world is facing an existential threat. But it is also clear that without equity, ambition is not possible
What's critical at Durban: removing the firewall between developing and developed countries
Experts ask for less junk food ads, more sustainable production
National Conclave on Food starts with discussions on good food practices
Learning the ropes
CSE assesses waste management systems in Tirunelveli in Tamil Nadu and Balaghat in Madhya Pradesh and finds they have still a long way to go
“वे पहले से हमें कपटी मान बैठे थे”
जब सेंटर फॉर साइंस एंड एनवायरमेंट ने कोला ड्रिंक्स में कीटनाशक मिलने का अध्ययन जारी किया तब कोका कोला और पेप्सी जैसी कंपनियों ने ...
FSSAI’s move regarding organic food’s certification not wise: CSE
Making organic certification mandatory will only promote the certification industry but not safe food
On World Environment Day, CSE releases analysis of how India has warmed from 1901 till 2017
Annual mean temperature in India has increased by about 1.2°C since the beginning of the 20th century
Mild hybrids: diesel in new disguise?
Diesel vehicles, in the name of 'mild hybrids', are cornering a huge portion of the funds allocated for promotion of electric mobility in India
India has a living tradition of healthy food
Our country has the opportunity to be different in its food journey. With our ancient wisdom, we can prevent McDonaldisation of food
‘Pedestrianisation’ of Delhi’s Connaught Place: vehicles to be banned for three months
Besides easing congestion, it is also likely to reduce pollution in the central business district