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Anadajit Goswami, Coordinator at The Energy and Resources Institute, answers questions about biofuels and explains what environmental and economic challenges they pose.

India's economic progress will be determined to a large extent by the capabilities of our scientific institutions and our efforts to innovate as a society to meet some of the major challenges that we are likely to face in the future, says Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General, TERI.

Tags: science and technology, India's economic progress, nurture science, research and technology

Policy makers and local city level governments must take a lead and guide their cities on a path of building resilience, which will simultaneously support ideals of good governance, writes Dr Divya Sharma, Fellow, Sustainable Habitat Division, TERI.

Tags: science and technology, India's economic progress, nurture science, research and technologyGreenhouse gas emission, resilient cities, climate resilient plans, Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network

There is an urgent need to shape India as a "Renewable Energy Hub" for the world, especially focusing on the emerging opportunities in the developing world, writes Mr Amit Kumar, Director, Energy Environment Technology Development, TERI.

Tags: science and technology, India's economic progress, nurture science, research and technologyGreenhouse gas emission, resilient cities, climate resilient plans, Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Networkrenewable energy hub, India's national solar mission, green jobs, green economy, developing world