People's Manifesto for BBMP Elections

Sign Up to Make Bangalore a Waste-less City

Oppose landfilling 'waste'

Press Release : Bangalore : 31 October 2012

Sign up to make Bangalore a Waste-less City

 

The Future of Tree Protection in Karnataka

A Talk by Mr. Brijesh Kumar, IFS, Chief Conservator of Forests, BBMP

Date: 15 April, 2014
Time: 5.30 pm - 7.00 pm
Venue: Xavier Hall, St. Joseph's Post Graduate Centre, Langford Road, Bangalore

 Environment Support Group and Department of Environmental Science,

St. Joseph's College, Bangalore

invite you to a talk on

Workshop on Access to Safe Water: Challenges and Opportunities in Mavallipura

International Day of Action for Rivers

Dates: 14 - 14 March, 2013
Time: 10.00 AM to 1.00 PM
Venue: FRLHT Seminar Hall, Pathanjali block, Mavallipura, Bangalore

 

Environment Support Group in coordination with Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology and Dalit Sangharsh Samiti organised a workshop on "Access to safe Water: Challenges and Opportunities" on 14.3. 2013 at Mavallipura, on the occasion of the International Day of Action for Rivers.

 

The workshop report can be downloaded from this page.

Workshop on Establishment of Ward Committees in 198 Wards of Bangalore held

in compliance with directions of the Hon'ble High Court of Karnataka

Date: 16 January, 2013
Time: 4.30 pm to 7.00 pm
Venue: Student Christian Mission House, 29, 2nd Cross, CSI Compound, Mission Road, Bangalore 560027 Tel: 080 2222 3761

 

Environment Support Group, ATREE, Alternative Law Forum

in association with Citizens Action Forum, the Fifth Estate and CIVIC Bangalore

People's Manifesto for Bangalore Civic elections

Peoples Manifesto for BBMP election demands genuine devolution and public participation

Press Release : Bangalore : 15 March 2010

Bangalore's Toxic Legacy: Investigating Mavallipura's illegal landfills

A brief of a report prepared by Environment Support Group, Bangalore

Press Release : Bangalore : 4 August 2010
A brief of a report prepared by Environment Support Group, Bangalore

The illegal municipal solid waste management landfills at Mavallipura, apart from inflicting extensive damage on the local community, also point to a larger systemic failure in the management of our urban spaces. We may have turned our backs on the grave and urgent problem of waste disposal in our cities, but events that transpired at Mavallipura have demonstrated how far-reaching the consequences are of such irresponsible and unjust disposal of solid waste.