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Climate change poses the biggest economic threat, covid-19 continues to increase challenges: Report

By : Sustainability ..., Jun 5, 2020

With the ongoing challenge of tackling covid-19, Down to Earth’s state of the environment report released on Thursday says that climate change poses the biggest economic threat in the world both in terms of impact and likelihood in the next decade. A day before world...

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MoU signed with Housing and Urban Development Dept Govt of Odisha

By : Sustainability ..., Jun 1, 2020

CSE has signed a three-year MoU with the Housing and Urban Development Dept. (HUDD), Govt. of Odisha, for implementing WSUDP strategies and mainstreaming Rainwater Harvesting in towns and cities of Odisha. CSE has been leading the movement on sustainable water management,...

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70% of India’s coal-fired power plants won’t meet 2022 deadline, report says

By : Sustainability ..., May 22, 2020

India’s coal-fired power plants must meet stringent new emission norms by 2022, which were set in December 2015 by the ministry of environment, forest and climate change (MoEF&CC). But a new study report by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) says with barely two...

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India may find it difficult to meet its 175 GW target by 2022, finds CSE and Down To Earth’s State of India’s Environment report

By : Sustainability ..., Feb 12, 2020

India’s renewable energy (RE) sector seems to be losing steam, even as the total capacity has reached almost 86 GW by December 2019, says the latest State of India’s Environment Annualreport, released here at the 2020 Annual Media Conclave and Anil Agarwal Dialogue. India has...

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CSE conducts survey to analyse on-grid solar pumps in water-scarce areas

By : Sustainability ..., Nov 8, 2019

The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), Delhi, conducted a survey of districts that are highly dependent on solar pumps and has come up with a range of recommendations, including making these units on-grid in water-scarce areas. In the wake of the expanding role of...

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Overuse of diesel generators increases pollution in Gurugram

By : Sustainability ..., Jun 29, 2018

Overuse of diesel generator (DG) sets in residential localities in Gurugram has increased pollution by over 30 percent, finds The Centre for Science and Environment's (CSE) new study....

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