We have used a hanging indent and double-spaced here for readability, but CSE style does not specify an indent or preferred line spacing in bibliographies. Instead, this decision is left at the publisher's (or your professor's) discretion.
In the Name-Year system, the end reference page is alphabetized based on the first letter of the citations. Names and titles are to be alphabetized together. For personal names, alphabetize based on the last name, including any particles ("de," "la," "von," etc) that precede the name. Disregard all punctuation and accent marks in the last name. For titles or organization names, ignore articles such as "a" and "the" (and equivalents in other languages) for alphabetization purposes. If an author has multiple works, list them chronologically.
Your bibliography should contain only those works that correspond to a citation in the body of your paper. If you wish to include additional references not cited in your paper, you may provide another list with the title "Additional Reading" or similar.