The government- NGO friction at Lava ka Baas has opened a Pandora's box water ownership, archaic laws and hopeful communities that want to hold …
Neemi's water conference
Jal biradari launches movement to drought-proof villages
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CSE calls for a ‘green’ recovery action plan on first International Day of Clean Air for blue skies
The COVID-19 pandemic had deeply impacted public transport in India that was already in distress
Every drop counts in these times of COVID-19
The most important lesson learnt during the current pandemic is that we need to ensure everybody has access to clean water
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That sinking feeling
Just like at Kyoto, the US and EU are ready to make back-room deals that leave out the concerns of the South. Its time for the G77 to speak up
G-77 and China to sell atmosphere rights cheap
At the climate change conference currently underway in Buenos Aires, developing countries are being confused, coerced and bribed into signing the …
शहर पर खर्च हो रहा है डीएमएफ का पैसा
खनन प्रभावित लोगों की बजाय फ्लाइओवर पर खर्च किया जा रहा है डीएमएफ का पैसा
Pollution 'time bomb' ticking for Ganga despite ODF
India is on the verge of being declared open-defecation free but the next big challenge is to safely dispose millions of tonnes of shit in our …
Strengthen district mineral foundations' administration, planning: suggests Mines Ministry
With around Rs 2.5 lakh crore accruals estimated in DMFs over next 25 years, it holds enormous potential for removing socio-economic deprivation …
Heat wave another manifestation of climate change, says CSE
Around 2,000 people have died due to the present heat wave, with maximum deaths recorded in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh
Are we ready for Diwali?
The levels of pollution in Delhi had started to rise in the first week of October, made worse by a dip in temperatures and fall in wind speed
Cool ACs are not so cool
Getting the AC maths right is the real energy game-changer
CSE releases first-of-a-kind study on waste management in India
Municipalities across the country have been urged to place segregation at the heart of waste management system
India must tackle high rate of obesity, diabetes: Global Nutrition Report of 2016
Report highlights the grim progress made by India in fighting obesity and non-communicable diseases
Experts and journalists urge climate action at the launch of ‘Why I should be tolerant’
Down To Earth Editor Sunita Narain’s new book chronicles the global development discourse from the 20th and 21st centuries
MP raises antibiotics in chicken issue in Lok Sabha, urges government to act
Recent study by Delhi-based non-profit Centre for Science and Environment had found that 40 per cent of tested chicken samples were contaminated …
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 …