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Building facade is a significant component in the building envelope in terms of its impact on both comfort and energy use, says D E V S Kiran Kumar, Research Associate, Sustainable Habitat Division, TERI.

Tags: thermal power, enery systems, thermal performance, glazed facades

It is vital to develop long-term, cluster-specific programmes for adoption of energy-efficient technologies, says Mr Girish Sethi, Director, Industrial Energy Efficiency, TERI.

Tags: thermal power, enery systems, thermal performance, glazed facadesMSME, TERI, TEQUP, GDP growth

The level of ambition at Doha, irrespective of how it is articulated has to be driven by scientific knowledge on anthropogenic climate change, says Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General, TERI.

Tags: thermal power, enery systems, thermal performance, glazed facadesMSME, TERI, TEQUP, GDP growthclimate change, renewable energy, SREX

There is an urgent need to come up with a structure, system and process by which proper coordination can be developed not just across ministries in the government but also with respect to state governments, says Dr R K Pachauri, Director General, TERI.

Tags: thermal power, enery systems, thermal performance, glazed facadesMSME, TERI, TEQUP, GDP growthclimate change, renewable energy, SREXDr R K Pachauri, IPCC, Rio+20, TERI, inclusive development, CoP 18, CSR, IICA

'Growth-mediated' development models need to incorporate qualitative transformations relevant to global commons such as climate change, biodiversity loss and land degradation, says Shailly Kedia, Associate Fellow, Green Growth and Development, TERI.

Tags: thermal power, enery systems, thermal performance, glazed facadesMSME, TERI, TEQUP, GDP growthclimate change, renewable energy, SREXDr R K Pachauri, IPCC, Rio+20, TERI, inclusive development, CoP 18, CSR, IICATERI, World Wildlife Fund, UNCSD Outcome Document, Thirteenth Finance Commission, Gross Domestic Product, G20, East Asia Climate Partnership, Asian Development Bank, Amartya Sen

GI (geographical indications) can only prevent the use of protected marks or indications; it does not protect the knowledge, or the technologies embracing that knowledge as such, say Nitya Nanda, Fellow, Resources, Regulation & Global Security and Indrani Barpujari, Fellow, Green Growth and Development, TERI.

Tags: thermal power, enery systems, thermal performance, glazed facadesMSME, TERI, TEQUP, GDP growthclimate change, renewable energy, SREXDr R K Pachauri, IPCC, Rio+20, TERI, inclusive development, CoP 18, CSR, IICATERI, World Wildlife Fund, UNCSD Outcome Document, Thirteenth Finance Commission, Gross Domestic Product, G20, East Asia Climate Partnership, Asian Development Bank, Amartya Sengeographical indications (GI), traditional knowledge and communities, GI protection, Banarasi sari