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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Project Title Description Project status

The Vaishno Devi shrine, a popular pilgrimage site, has witnessed high levels of pollution due to widespread commercial activities. A waste management strategy was formulated to take stock of the situation.

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Completed

Improved cooking and lighting devices reduce black carbon emissions and other greenhouse gases which affect health and are a critical component of climate change.

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Completed

The project focused on tracing gender- energy linkages in community-based renewable energy initiatives like LaBL and Project Surya.

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Completed

Given the high rate of emissions and the geographical location, ozone pollution is emerging as a serious threat in India. A study, the first of its kind, investigates the implications and paints a grim future.

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Completed

A climate change awareness programme for school children in Goa to help inculcate a change in attitude, behaviour, and actions towards the environment.

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Completed

A futuristic study maps carbon emissions in the transport sector in India between 2000 and 2050 and recommends measures to reduce the same.

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Completed

Geographical location, enabling policies, and awareness campaigns have helped Tamil Nadu and Karnataka emerge as renewable energy leaders in the country. A study looks at ways to implement the same other areas.

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Sub-Saharan Africa immensely suffers from chronic water and energy crisis. This study showed how three cities of the region could improve the situation.

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Completed

As part of an ongoing research on biopolymers, TERI contributes to wound dressing applications.

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Mobilizing the community for cost-effective treatment and management of fluoride contamination.

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Completed