Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition

Growth and Equity
Essays in Honour of Pradeep S Mehta

CUTS’ Memo to Chief Minister of Rajasthan
on the occasion of Pre-Budget Consultation with NGOs
on February 19, 2013

CUTS letter to Finance Minister of India, expressing concern over the slow progress made this year on financial consumer protection by G20 and India

Worldwide consumer organisations sign open letter to G20 finance ministers expressing apprehension about the key omissions in the proposals  on financial consumer protection
New Delhi, October 13, 2011


Celebration of World Consumer Rights Day 2014
Theme: Fix Our Phone Rights!

March 15, 2014, Jaipur

In media

Problems can be solved with the people ‘s support
Daily News, February 01, 2014

People’s participation is essential in solving problems
Panjab Kesari, February 01, 2014

People’s participation is essential in solving problems
Samachar Jagat, February 01, 2014


Media June - 2008


Pollution masks to traffic cops
Hindustan Times, Jaipur June 07, 2008

The Regional Resource Agency Forest appointed by the Union Environment Ministry and the Consumer Unity and Trust Society (CUTS), Jaipur on the occasion of World Environment Day distributed pollution masks to traffic police personnel at Railway Station Circle.

Children Urged Traffic Police to put on ‘Pollution Masks’
Rajasthan Patrika, Danik Bhaskar, Mahka Bharat, June 06, 2008

Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS), appointed as the Regional Resource Agency (RRA) by the Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF), organised an awareness rally of students on June 05, 2008, on the occasion of ‘World Environment Day’. Students from Chandra Public School, Srinivas Nagar, Vishwakarma, Sikar Road participated in the rally. The rally started at 11.00 AM from Ram Mandir, Bani Park, Jaipur and reached Railway Station Circle. Students enthusiastically participated in the rally and raised slogans to spread the message of environmental protection and generate awareness among the people.

As the rally came to an end at the Railway station Circle, students urged the traffic police to put on ‘Pollution Masks’ and spread the message of safety against the presence of poisonous gases in the atmosphere.

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has suggested the theme ‘Kick the Habit! Towards a Low Carbon Economy’ for this year’s World Environment Day. The carbon-di-oxide and other poisonous gases responsible for global warming, unpredictable climate and changes in the nature are increasing due to enhanced traffic resources, pollution and misuse of energy sources.




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