Empower the farmers
Fight against global climate change has to begin from the grassroots level for it to succeed, says
Ms Neha Pahuja, Associate Fellow, Earth Science and Climate Change division, TERI. Read more
Our ineffective forest laws
The Union Government initiated the process of amending the Indian Forest Act, 1927, around 20 years ago. These amendments, due to political interventions, are yet to see the light of the day, says Dr J V Sharma
, Senior Fellow, Earth Science and Climate Change Division. Read more
Political uncertainty can take serious toll on development: A look into Nepal
Nepal needs a strong urban and rural development policy framework that has a focus on environment in addition to overall economic development framework, says Ms Mili Majumdar
, Director, Sustainable Habitat division, TERI. Read more
A myopic view of transportation
It is critical that we examine the social linkages of transport systems and internalise these relationships in our planning, says Ms Akshima T Ghate
, Fellow, Sustainable Habitat Division. Read more
Odour Pollution: The Stepchild of Environmental Issues
Humans are endowed with five senses - the sense of touch, sound, taste, sight, and smell. The sense of smell is a stepchild of sorts in the environmental sense as well. This issue of TerraGreen reports further on the issue. Read more
Low Carbon Development in China and India: Issues and Strategies
An advance publication of the collaborative study on low carbon development for China and India was launched at the Third China India Strategic Economic Dialogue. The study is directed towards low carbon development and strategies such as financing, technology and innovation policy, and sub-national action. Read more
Energy Security Insights
The commercial success of shale gas in the United States of America has precipitated a paradigm shift in the way natural gas markets function. The current issue of the Energy Security Insights tries to capture the changing aspects of the global and national natural gas sectors. Read more
Innovation for Sustainable Development
A Planet for Life 2014 aims to answer these questions and explore innovation in all its aspects, through a series of texts written by international experts. The objective of this book is to analyse experiences from across the world and the role of innovation in a variety of areas of development such as urbanization, agriculture and food, the mobility of people and freight, education and the provision of water and energy to all.
Carbon Footprint: reducing it for a better tomorrow
Most of us lead careless lifestyles that keep adding to environmental pollution. Carbon Footprint: reducing it for a better tomorrow takes an in-depth and critical look at our day-to-day activities: food habits, lifestyle, or mode of transport. It offers solutions and measures to reduce our carbon footprint to make our homes energy-efficient, recycle waste, reduce greenhouse gases, or gain from the benefits of using renewable energy. Follow 101 easy ways to refashion our lifestyles and emerge as "green" citizens.
Watch engaging and thought-provoking audio-visual content
on issues related to sustainable development that includes
films and documentaries, videos of TERI's field work, speeches
and addresses by eminent personalities and collection of speeches
and interviews by Dr R K Pachauri.
Come along with Hariya: Dive deep into a river. Hop from tree to tree. Or, soar high into the skies. Come and groove with this fun musical for children produced by TERI. This animation film highlights the need to preserve urban bio-diversity through an adventure ride of a school boy.
Sharing compelling human interest stories,
TERI films have won awards for bringing environmental issues
TERI MDP on Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability
Appropriate Battery Technologies for Small Scale Solar Applications
29 - 30 May 2014
TERI RETREAT, Gual Pahari, Gurgaon
TERI-ITEC Courses 2013-14 Course VIII - Integrated approach towards sustainable development
24 - 25 April 2014
TERI University, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
31 March - 18 April 2014
RETREAT, Gual Pahari, Gurgaon
TERI has developed a range of technologies
that have created new paradigms of development underlining the
sustainable use of natural resources, and are proven for their
effectiveness and economic viability.
An eco-friendly plant extract developed with the help of BPT to increase cotton crop yield.
TERI's mycorrhizal organic fertilizers offer sustainable and environment-friendly solutions to almost all cultivated plants and crops...