Featured Projects

The Featured Projects in this section provide an insight into TERI's work. Explore this section to learn more about our various projects spanning across various themes and geographical locations.

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Urbanization is increasing at a rapid pace and so is the spending capacity of urban residents. An important impact of this trend has been a rise in energy consumption levels of urban populations.

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Medicinal plants have received greater attention recently because of their market potential. But over-exploitation have resulted in loss of genetic diversity and the livelihoods of people living in the forest, thus, it is essential that reliable and authentic data should be made available.

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It is essential to assess the enormous potential offered by Sacred Natural Sites (SNS). This would require one to obtain knowledge on the existing sacred conservation practices and understand their ecological importance, so as to develop state-specific guidelines for declaring these sites as biodiversity heritage sites.

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Marching to the tune of the economic pied piper, fast and rather furiously, the Asian giants India and China, together with smaller South Asian countries have experienced much slower growth in human development sectors.

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Medicinal and aromatic plants (MAP) play an important role in human life. Despite the continuous effort to tap their potential, there are some constant constrains like overexploitation, unscientific harvesting of herbs, poor documentation, and unorganized nature of trade in the sector. Therefore, conservation of medicinal plants appears to be the best possible option for protecting this depleting bioresource.

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Medicinal and herbal plants have been used for a variety of purposes, but they are now being lost. To fill this critical void, residents in the city have been encouraged to create their own Home Herbal Gardens (HHGs) in an effort to develop home based remedies.

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The Samaspur Bird Sanctury hosts over 250 species of waterfowls and terrestrial birds. It also has rich aquatic fauna such as fishes. But, due to inadequate management of these wetlands the habitat is no longer conducive to migratory waterfowls and other aquatic faunas.

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The study provides a holistic approach on irrigation planning and development to the Water Resources Department (WRD), Government of Arunachal Pradesh.

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The domain of nano science and nanotechnology has witnessed large-scale engagements from both developing and developed nations.

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Transition metals such as nickel, iron and cobalt are known to be active for decomposition of hydrocarbons. Such reactions lead to hydrogen production and carbon deposition. The carbon deposits are often in the form of different nano structures.

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