08 Mar 2018 | Mr Debajit Palit
The National UJALA Dashboard of the Government of India recently reached a milestone of disseminating over 270 million LED bulbs, thereby saving 35,008 mn kWh of electrical energy and affecting CO2 reductions of 28,356,232 tons per year (Source: National DELP Dashboard http://www.delp.in/ as of October 16, 2017).
08 Mar 2018 | Ms Aastha Manocha
The facility in Gurugram has a production capacity of over 600 billion propagules per annum, which can be expanded to 1,000 billion propagules per annum in two years.
In 2016-17, TERI set up the world’s biggest facility for mycorrhiza production in Gual Pahadi in Gurugram, Haryana.
07 Mar 2018 | Mr Alekhya Datta
Leaders, students and residents came together for a project by TERI and Surat Municipal Corporation to popularise rooftop solar power in Surat Smart City
India has set for itself the goal of generating 175 gigawatts (GW) through renewable energy by 2022, of which around 100 GW has to come from solar power. This goal has been further broken down region and state-wise targets.
06 Mar 2018 | Dr Pia Sethi
With a forest cover of 171964 sq km, the north-eastern part of India harbours a significant portion of the country's floral and faunal bounty - nearly 13,500 plant, 430 mammal and 1277 bird species, many of which are endemic to the region.
05 Mar 2018 | Dr Shilpanjali Deshpande Sarma
Paddy residue burning has been viewed mainly as a challenge of residue management. Its mismanagement in the states of Punjab and Haryana has led to annual winter smog and health problems in Delhi and other places in North India.
03 Mar 2018 | Anonymous
If you manage to break away from the maddening Delhi traffic for a fuel-refill, don't heave the sigh of relief. In fact, if possible, don’t breathe at all! That is what was revealed when TERI assessed air pollutants at 40 fuel refilling stations or 'petrol pumps' in Delhi.
03 Mar 2018 | Dr Anjali Parasnis
Against severe malnutrition in Maharashtra, TERI's model is making communities "food and nutrition sufficient" using local resources
03 Mar 2018 | Mr Prathmesh M Chourey
Eco–city broadly means a human settlement modelled on the self–sustaining structure and functioning of natural ecosystems. It is developed on the lines of integrated urban planning and management programmes addressing social and ecological health of the city.