Resting like a bookmark between the origin of the Nile and the Indian ocean, two ancient and great water bodies, the evocative name Tanganyika (“sailing in the wilderness”) could not possibly be more befitting this ancient land.

Namibia is a relatively new entrant to the league of free countries of the world. In the three decades since its independence, the country has left no stone unturned to usher in a new era of progress and justice.

First came the forest, followed by the people, and then the government. Does this chronology allow the newest entrant in the scheme to determine the relationship between the two older entities?

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is becoming a serious global problem. It is estimated that it might lead to 10 million deaths per year and loss of outputs worth US $100 trillion by 2050. Antibiotic misuse in food-animal production is one of the key causes of AMR.

In view of the linkages between food and NCDs, the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has been working for necessary policies and practices aimed at promoting good food, especially among schoolchildren.

The business of paper manufacturing has been an environmentalist’s nightmare. CSE had rated this industry's performance twice (in 1999 and 2004) and found them wanting on many counts. We continue to track India’s large scale pulp and paper industry.

The plot is a simple one: a relentless search for seams. As the plot unfolds, it gets seamier. Entire communities and landscapes become rubble. The Right to Life isn’t the only principle undermined; as an economic mission backed by State coercion chases more ore, many little wars break out.

AAETI is a project of the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE). A learning, training and innovation centre designed to find appropriate and affordable solutions to some of the most pressing problems faced by the global South — from climate change, air pollution and urban mobility to water and waste management and environmental degradation.

This analysis by the Centre for Science and Environment throws light on use of Polluter Pays Principle by the National Green Tribunal, the key shortfalls and challenges. It also provides recommendations to tighten application of the Polluter Pays Principle, and improve environmental responsibility of various stakeholders .

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has slammed the All India Poultry Development and Services Private Limited for its advertisement which appeared today on the front page of a leading national daily, as “complete misrepresentation”. The advertisement refers to the results of a 2014 study conducted by CSE on chicken meat.

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