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GRIHA (Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment) is a continuously evolving system that attempts to address India's specific challenges in the sector through a robust yet flexible rating framework and strong implementation focus, says Ms Mili Majumdar, Director, Sustainable Habitat, TERI.

The treaty to comprehensively address climate change will have global economic implications that may dwarf those of the WTO regime, says Dr Prodipto Ghosh, Distinguished Fellow, Earth Science and Climate Change division, TERI.

Parliament framed a law that opens a door for reactor suppliers to be called to account if an accident results from faulty and defective equipment. There is no reason to dilute this provision, writes Mr M P Ram Mohan, Fellow, Resources, Regulation & Global Security, TERI, along with co-author Mohit Abraham, a partner with PXV Law Partners.

One of the key determinants of the viability of technology for extracting shale gas resources is the availability of large quantities of clean water. This raises a red flag against exploiting shale gas resources in India, given that India is a water stressed country, says Mr R K Batra, Distinguished Fellow, Green Growth and Development division,...

To remain relevant G20 must deal with cross-border externalities, says Mr Nitya Nanda, Fellow, Resources, Regulation & Global Security division, TERI.

On the occasion of the recent laying of a gas pipeline from Myanmar to China, Mr R K Batra, Distinguished Fellow, Green Growth and Development division, TERI, shares the story of a similar pipeline which was laid many years ago between India and China but which today is part of history.