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Shramana Dey

Shramana Dey holds a Master’s degree in Sustainable Management of Pollution from the Catholic University of Lille, France and a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from BITS Dubai. Prior to joining the Master’s programme, she worked at CSTEP on sanitation related studies, as ...

Arijit Chanda

Arijit completed his M.Tech, Climate Science, from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. His areas of interest include meteorological flow modelling and pollution dispersion modelling....

Dr. Sarath Guttikunda

Dr.Sarath Guttikunda is a TED Fellow, founder of UrbanEmissions.Info (UEinfo, India), and an affiliate associate professor at Desert Research Institute (Reno, USA). His main research interest is analysis of urban emissions at local, regional, and global scales and finding ways to bridge the gap betw...

Interactive Workshop on Fly Ash Utilisation

Mohd. Sahil Ali (Senior Research Economist, CSTEP) presented a presentation on “Improving Fly Ash Utilisation in the Cement Industry: A Resource Efficiency Approach” at the ‘Fly Ash Utilisation Interactive Workshop’ organised jointly by the Mission Energy Foundation and Fly A...

Talk on Global Climate Change and Local Air Pollution

Prof. Milind Kandlikar from University of British Columbia delivered a talk on 'Global Climate Change & Local Air Pollution: Analyzing the Linkages' at Conference Hall, CSTEP....

Introduction to the FSM Toolbox

The training workshop titled “Introduction to the FSM Toolbox” was co-organised by Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP), EMPRI, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and CEPT University at the office of the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) at Church Str...

Workshop on Air Quality Sampling

Ms Grishma Jain, a freelance researcher conducted “The Air Pollution Monitoring Instrument Training Workshop” at CSTEP on June 19, 2017. ...

Review of Urban Transport in India

On account of rapid motorisation of Indian cities, there is an increase in air pollution, road accidents, petroleum fuel consumption and severe congestion. Poor transportation has the potential to adversely impact the economic efficiency of our cities as well as the health and well-being of urban In...

Integrated Urban Sanitation Decision Support Tool

As a result of inappropriate planning and management, urban infrastructure has not been able to keep up with the demands of the growing urban population. Poor sanitation and its contribution to the spread of diseases and pollution cannot be neglected. It has been made evident that there is a lack of...

Need for Government Support for Public Bus Transport

With increasing trends in road congestion, air pollution, energy demand and emissions, there is a need to look for effective solutions to meet the urban transport demand in Bengaluru. BMTC and Bangalore Metro Rail with their collective network can contribute to an effective and integrated public tra...

Electric Buses in India: Technology, Policy and Benefits

With deteriorating air quality, there is a need to promote public transportation. The shift from conventional diesel buses to electric buses holds several benefits. Electric buses can play a positive role by reducing local pollution, noise and fuel consumption. However, it currently faces many chall...

Interactive Workshop on Fly Ash Utilisation

Mohd. Sahil Ali (Senior Research Economist, CSTEP) presented a presentation on “Improving Fly Ash Utilisation in the Cement Industry: A Resource Efficiency Approach” at the ‘Fly Ash Utilisation Interactive Workshop’ organised jointly by the Mission Energy Foundation and Fly A...