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Analyses the strategies adopted to clean up the Yamuna, one of India's holiest and dirtiest rivers.
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The continent dodders as industry hardsells cars as the key to a lifestyle of wealth and freedom. Asia can survive only if it reinvents the idea of mobility.
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Poison Vs Nutrition
Highlights need for legally enforceable standards in India's food safety governance

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Diesel: Is India heading to a public health catastrophe?
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Water: Industry pays a pittance for the water it wastes
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Drip irrigation: Innovating with sustainable irrigation
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Media briefing workshop on river pollution and cleaning strategies

CSE invites you to a two-day media briefing workshop to understand the condition of India's rivers, examine existing river cleaning programmes, and discuss strategies that could give our water bodies a new lease of life.

Date: June 14-15, 2007
Venue: India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
PRESS RELEASE: HOW TO CLEAN THE YAMUNA
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We can bring the Yamuna back to life.. but for that we have to rethink our approach says CSE.

We have to think software, not hardware...
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Yamuna presentation] 6MB PDF

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Government committee recommends Cola product standards
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Government expert committee, chaired by N K Ganguly, director general of ICMR has recommended standards, vindicating CSE's study and putting the controversy to rest.
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utive summary of Ganguly committee report (PDF)
- Background material on the controversy



CSE: Down To Earth: Science & Environment Magazine

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Space Jam
Private vehicles are clogging city streets, as they grow at a frightening pace. Hidden subsidies help park them on scarce public land and contribute to a problem that is assuming crisis proportions. DTE navigates the parking minefield.
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Andaman trunk road ignores SC order, affects Jarawas' life.
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Cover Story [April 30, 2007]

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India's road network has given a boost to industrial growth. However, roads have some negative impacts as well.

Construction of highways can lead to deforestation and erosion of mountain slopes. This, in turn, can trigger landslides, even change the course of water bodies. Gobar Times goes on a journey...


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PRESS RELEASES

[February 15, 2007]
Craft taxes to improve fuel economy of cars, CSE tells finance minister.
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- Letter to P Chidambaram
[December 07, 2006]
India has fewer gharials in the wild than tigers
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[November 27, 2006]
CSE awards schools for environmental best practices
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[November 27, 2006]
National Tiger Conservation Authority needs should take tough action.
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[November 14, 2006]
Winter woes: Delhi headed for air pollution disaster

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