Rainwater harvesting: Way ahead to encash the alternative water resource
Depending on the agroclimatic region the strategy may be different but the idea is the same — catch water where it falls
Norwegian Embassy: A case of treading lighter on nature’s resources
A combination of low-capital initiatives by the management, maintenance policies and a clear vision that have made the Norwegian Embassy into a …
Maharashtra's solar pump scheme in Vidarbha not working: CSE survey
Farmers have not used the pumps which were installed during drought years; they could also have ruined the area’s water table
India’s unemployment rate doubled in two years: SoE in Figures
While unemployment remains high in both urban and rural India, job hunting is a bigger challenge for the young and the educated, notes CSE’…
Indian cities have a long way to go in air pollution mitigation: CSE
Most cities don’t meet prescribed WHO standards for pollutant levels; most of India is also not monitored, says CSE report
Zanzibar passes new regulation developed by CSE on solid waste management
The first of its kind in East Africa, the regulation will help Tanzania's semi-autonomous archipelago to tackle its burgeoning waste problem
Delhi govt exempts two-wheelers from odd-even scheme
Experts criticise move, say it will negate any gains in terms of air quality from the scheme
CSE organises unique 'Climate Talkies' poster exhibition in Warsaw alongside CoP19
Only exhibition of its kind during the present CoP. Looks at 20 years of climate change negotiations through a cinematic prism
Better to have no rulebook than a weak rulebook, says CSE
As negotiations enter the second week at the 24thmeeting of the Conference of Parties (CoP24)
CSE Side Event: The Global Adaptation Goal and the Importance of Gender Transformative Resilience Finance
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), in partnership withCARE International, is organising side event at the UNFCCC Conference of Parties (CoP)…
India should not support the Copenhagen Accord, says CSE
Copenhagen Accord is weak, meaningless and fundamentally flawed. It will be bad for the fight against climate change and bad for India.
What should be India's position at the fourth round of negotiations on Climate Change in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from November 2-13?
As the globe warms up, politics is getting the better of climate science
Children's Camaraderie for Climate Change
Children join hands with CSE to talk of climate change, carbon emissions and global environment governance
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 …
What's critical at Durban: removing the firewall between developing and developed countries
The Katowice collapse
Katowice fails. Its decision and the Paris Rulebook agreed here are un-ambitious, anti-science and dilute the Paris Agreement, says CSE
Small step, wrong direction
CDM ensures that the first step taken in Kyoto towards a climate change convention was actually in the wrong direction. The Kyoto Protocol, the '…
Bring the US back to the climate conclave: CSE
CSE media briefing insists on finding ways to re-engage the US in climate change negotiations and setting up a democratic framework with right …
RESCUED or DOOMED
Nations adopt a diluted agreement on implementing the Kyoto Protocol that gives away too many concessions to polluting countries
Miracle cure or placebo?
While CDM has been touted as the solution to all climate negotiation problems the reality is much different. This free market will impose huge …
Sinks: Can't convince? Confound
The US has spearheaded a puzzling proposal on sinks that opens loopholes for their own emissions
Unequal rights, equal responsibilities?
Industrialised countries want to have the cake and eat it too. President Carlos Menem delivered it to them on a silver platter by agreeing to …
George Bush: "I oppose the Kyoto Protocol"
The leader of the most polluting country in the world claims global warming treaty is "unfair" because it excludes India and China
Why welcome trouble?
What induced the Indian Ministry of External Affairs to issue a statement endorsing a plan that could result in loss of human life, and have …