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TERI and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO, Australia), with the support from Australian Agency for International Development, has conducted a collaborative research which aimed at providing both electricity and small scale cold storage for a typical Indian rural village application, write Ankit Narula and...

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  • Green Growth Knowledge Platform, Insights blog, 25 February 2014

In a poll conducted during DSDS 2013, majority of poll respondents, around 86 per cent, felt that 'green growth' does have the potential to promote 'inclusiveness'. It is widely perceived that green growth reinforces the agenda of inclusiveness, while ensuring economic development and environmental resilience of societies, say Ms Aparna Vashisht,...

Technological interventions to address food security can prove to be a two-edged sword, say Dr Nutan Kaushik, Senior Fellow and Ms Pooja Adhikari, Marketing and Research Analyst, Environmental & Industrial Biotechnology division, TERI.

A comprehensive assessment of the link between food, water and energy is essential for the formulation of comprehensive policies which would ensure a secure future in all three, says Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General, TERI.

Momentum of large-scale utilization of solar energy can only be sustained if it is backed by indigenous R&D, innovation, and manufacturing capability, says Mr Amit Kumar, Director, Energy Environment Technology Development, TERI.

About a decade back, the Government introduced vehicle emission standards on the basis of Mashelkar Committee on Auto Fuel Policy that laid down the road map for gradual tightening of emission norms up to 2010, says Mr Shri Prakash, Distinguished Fellow, TERI.