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CSE rebuts statement issued by Chinese company which exports sugar syrup to India

New Delhi/IBNS: Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has rebutted a statement issued by Chinese company Wuhu Deli Foods on Monday, which has criticised CSE’s recent investigation into adulteration in honey and the role played by Chinese companies in selling sugar syrup in India.

Dabur, Patanjali reject CSE report claiming sugar syrup found in honey

New Delhi/IBNS: Dabur and Patanjali have rejected a recent Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) report which claimed sugar cyrup was found in honey manufactured by several leading Indian brands.

CSE proposes new strategy to encourage coal-fired thermal power plants to meet environmental norms by 2022

New Delhi/IBNS: With 65 per cent of India’s coal-fired thermal power plants not moving to meet environmental norms by the deadline year of 2022, it has become imperative to review and restrategise to push the sector towards implementation. And to do this, a new system of preferential treatment for cleaner plants and deterrence mechanisms for the laggards has to be brought into effect urgently, says a new analysis by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) released here today at a high-powered webinar.

India needs to recycle its construction material waste on a war footing, says environmental body CSE

New Delhi/IBNS: Have you ever wondered what happens to all the waste material generated while demolishing and constructing buildings? How are the waste disposed of?

Better city-wide sanitation required to improve river water quality, says environmental body

New Delhi/IBNS: While many have been pointing out the improvement in the air quality of cities during the pandemic induced lockdown, the water quality of the rivers have not shown any noticeable improvement, according to the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE).

CSE helps launch sanitation pocket book and campaign on faecal sludge management

New Delhi/IBNS: Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and the National Mission for Clean Ganga have joined hands to support one of the key communities of onsite workers who are fighting to contain the COVID-19 pandemic – sanitation workers in cities.

CSE receives 2018 Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development

New Delhi/IBN: Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the New Delhi (India)-based independent research and advocacy think tank, has been awarded the prestigious Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development for the year 2018. 

CSE releases new analysis on ‘State of the Renewable Energy Sector in India’

New Delhi, Jan 21 (IBNS): India is surging ahead in the area of renewable energy. Renewable capacity has reached 73 gigawatt (GW), which is 20 per cent of the country’s total energy capacity. Generation has increased, and solar energy has made tremendous strides. But does this mean the country is well on its way to meet its ambitious 175-GW renewable capacity target by 2022?

CSE welcomes Kerala’s Action Plan to contain antimicrobial resistance

New Delhi, Oct 26 (IBNS): Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has welcomed the Kerala Antimicrobial Resistance Strategic Action Plan (KARSAP), which was released by Pinarayi Vijayan, Chief Minister of Kerala, at a state-level consultation held in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday.

India: Centre for Science and Environment study finds the growth in sale of unapproved GM foods

New Delhi, July 28 (IBNS): Indian consumers are facing a looming threat as unapproved genetically modified (GM) foods fill up racks in markets, a new research suggested.

Centre for Science and Environment urges global intervention to stop unregulated dumping of used vehicles in Africa and South Asia

New Delhi, July 23 (IBNS): Delhi-based think tank Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), in a new global study -‘Clunkered: Combating Dumping of Used Vehicles - A roadmap for Africa and South Asia’, has lifted the lid on the dark underbelly of a large-scale global trade in old and used vehicles from high income to low and middle income countries of Africa and South Asia.

CSE wants FSSAI to ensure a robust labelling framework in India

New Delhi, Jun 14 (IBNS): The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a non-government organisation, has called for making the Food Safety and Standards (Labelling and Display) Regulations, 2018 more effective and stringent.

CSE releases CEMS guidance manual to monitor industrial air pollution

New Delhi, Sept 26 (IBNS): In its effort to monitor, and thereby regulate, industrial air pollution, Centre for Science and Environment, a New-Delhi based environment research and advocacy body, in collaboration with International Labmate Limited-UK, Source Testing Association-UK, IEA-Clean Coal Centre- UK and FICCI, has organised a three-day conference and exhibition on effectively monitoring industrial emissions in India.

Trump’s decision deals death blow to Paris Agreement, says CSE

New Delhi, Jun 2 (IBNS): With the US President’s latest assault on the global fight against climate change, meeting the objectives of the Paris Agreement will become an uphill task, an official CSE release stated.

Trump’s decision deals death blow to Paris Agreement, feels CSE

New Delhi, June 2 (IBNS): With the US president Donald Trump’s latest assault on the global fight against climate change, meeting the objectives of the Paris Agreement will become an uphill task, feels Centre for Science and Environment.