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India’s women-led Self-Help Groups are emerging as the world’s biggest microfinance project

 “On this International Women’s Day, we are celebrating a unique story of success: that of women leaders from India’s powerful Self-Help Groups (SHGs). Theirs is a real story of hope…

CSE’s Green Schools Programme honours 199 ‘greenest’ schools in India

One hundred ninety-nine schools from across India were certified ‘green’ at Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) annual Green Schools Awards here today, with 20 of them topping their respective categories…

Indians might be eating rice and wheat that are not only low in food value, but also high on toxins

The rice and wheat that Indians are eating today might actually be of low nutritional value, says a latest report by Down To Earth magazine citing a recent study led by scientists…

Indian cities need to do lot more to manage their construction and demolition (C&D) waste, says new CSE report

At a time when Indian cities are struggling to control their air pollution levels, a new report by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has found that most of them…

Coal-based thermal power plants ignoring pollution control measures, responsible for aggravating air pollution in Delhi-NCR, says new CSE report

A new report by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) says that the ongoing air pollution in Delhi-NCR is being worsened by the intransigence of thermal power plants, most of…

What should states in India do to contain and prevent antimicrobial resistance?

“Our response to the crisis of antimicrobial resistance or AMR is now not just limited to human health. The action that is needed from stakeholders of the food, animal, crop…

Move beyond toilets towards inclusive sanitation, says CSE on eve of World Toilet Day

As the world gets ready to mark World Toilet Day on November 19, New Delhi-based think tank Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is offering a pathway towards reimagining India’s…

CSE’s first State of Africa’s Environment 2023 report officially released in Nairobi

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the India-based think tank, in association with Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (MESHA-Kenya), released the inaugural edition of the State of Africa’s Environment…

Voluntary carbon market is not benefitting people or planet, might in fact be leading to more emissions – says new CSE investigation

While the world waits to discuss – at the Dubai UN climate conference later this year — the issue of regulating the carbon market, a new investigation by Centre for…

Small and medium companies stepping into antibiotics development, face huge challenges

 At a time when big pharma is shying away from research and development on new antibiotics, it is the small and medium scale biopharmaceutical companies that have taken up the…

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