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

Livelihoods in Haryana villages are becoming diversified, resilient, and landscape-based through the involvement of people in forest conservation and management.

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Completed

Northeast India is famous for its biodiversity. Banking on this, TERI is scouting the region for algal species that can become future sources of bio-fuel.

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Cambodia's rice fields can be a major source of power. TERI explores the economic feasibility and technological requirements for use of rice husk as biomass to generate power in the country.

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Completed

Indian herb Safed Moosli can cure cancer, Neem from Rajasthan is a source of oil for soap, while medicinal properties of Aswagandha are best manifested if harvested at the age of 60 days. These are just some of the facts that came to light as TERI was scouting for the chemical profiles of medicinal plants.

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Completed

Existing buildings can be converted to energy efficient ones by retrofitting them with suitable products, technologies and systems. Some public and private buildings in Delhi and Mumbai will soon save energy costs with such facilities.

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Urban infrastructure in Hyderabad is stressed by the rapidly growing population. Introduction of guidelines for design and construction of sustainable buildings and their popularization among stakeholders can reduce some of this stress.

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Sanitation, water supply, power and transport are some of the basic services that should be effectively delivered in any city. This entails identification and addressing of gaps in the environmental, social and economic sustainability of such services.

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Resource intensive houses are economically and ecologically unsustainable and unhealthy. Eco-houses can provide a better alternative by saving energy, water and avoiding synthetic chemicals.

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Completed

The number of buildings in Gurgaon is increasing rapidly. This is creating pressure on resources like power and water and increasing waste. Building by-laws have been revised to integrate guidelines to prevent these.

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Energy efficient buildings are believed to be costly. But contrary to popular perception, they prove to be cost effective in the long run. Investing in green buildings can be profitable.

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Completed