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Indian environment magazine Down To Earth launches its special issue on Africa and agriculture

Launch meeting and workshop held in Addis Ababa brings together 22 African journalists from 12 countries; addresses problems, challenges and opportunities in reporting on agriculture and climate change

Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana-CSE

a good scheme with flawed implementation, says CSE’s latest report

CSE congratulates Muzaffarpur on being selected as Smart City

Says it’s a major boost for the city’s ongoing initiatives on waste management

Release of CSE's Status Report on District Mineral Foundations (DMF) in India

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Date:June 8, 2017

On World Environment Day, CSE releases analysis of how India has warmed over the years - from 1901 till 2017

  • First animated climate spiral showing the warming of India 

  • Annual mean temperature in India has increased by 1.2 degrees C since the beginning of the 20th century. 

  • 2016 was second warmest year on record with temperature of 1.26 degrees C higher than  

  • Winters (Jan-Feb) of 2017 was hottest in recorded history with temperature of 2.95 degrees higher than the baseline.  

CSE Press Release: World Environment Day special

OZONE POLLUTION HTTING A PEAK EVERY SUMMER IN DELHI-NCR, says Centre for Science and Environment

Trump’s decision deals death blow to Paris Agreement

Centre for Science and Environment says the accord will have no meaning, now that the world’s second largest polluter has pulled out of it 

Action plan for sustainable development of Gurugram unveiled before World Environment Day

Plan prepared by Centre for Science and Environment in association with Gurgaon First, under the aegis of Municipal Corporation of Gurugram

From Mobility to Mitigation: Anil Agarwal Media Fellowships on Urban Mobility and Climate Change in India

April-May 2017

As part of its commitment to the Paris climate change agreement, India has pledged to reduce its emissions intensity by 35 per cent by 2030 under its INDC (Intended Nationally Determined Contribution). One sector that has had a big impact on climate as well as public health and air quality is urban transport. In India, especially over the past decade, rapid and rampant motorisation has enhanced the risks of air pollution. 

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Date: April-May 2017

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