TERI in the News
Senior ADB officials to address Delhi Sustainable Development Summit30 January 2006| ACN Newswire
Senior officials from Asian Development Bank are visiting India to take part in the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS 2006) and discuss ADB's partnerships on environmental issues and regional integration.
Delhi meet on development30 January 2006| The Telegraph
Poverty and hunger, sanitation and health, environmental threats, climate change and energy management are some of the key issues that will come into focus at the sixth chapter of the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit from February 2 to 4, 2006.
Corp social responsibility boosts demand for experts29 January 2006| The Economic Times
Brand building, being at the core of corporate initiatives, companies across the globe are taking up activities to fulfill their long-term objective of sustainable development, feel industry experts. This could get a further boost with the introduction of awards like TERI Corporate Social Responsibility awards which provide organizations a credible platform to showcase their work and get rewarded.
Summit on sustainable development26 January 2006| Dawn (Pakistan)
The sixth international summit on sustainable development, organized by TERI, will be held in New Delhi from 2-4 February 2006. Announcing the event, Dr R K Pachauri, TERI's Director-General, said the world's leading thinkers and decision makers, including noted scholars from top universities, government leaders, representatives of multilateral agencies and heads of multinationals, will debate from national and international perspectives how the barriers can be overcome to meet the Millennium Goals.
High corporate engagement in India's sustainability challenges - The WBCSD at the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit26 January 2006| WBCSD News
India will play a key role in the future sustainability of the planet, says Bjorn Stigson, President of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. To address the challenges and opportunities, big business will be coming out in force at, and around, the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2006 in early February.
Training programme on rural electrification24 January 2006| The Telegraph
The Energy and Resources Institute, North Eastern Regional Centre, recently organized a training programme on distribution technologies for village electrification.
Sustainable development summit being held in Delhi next month24 January 2006| The Asian Age
The sixth international summit on sustainable development, organized by TERI, will be held in New Delhi from February 2-4.
Summit on environment to discuss impacts of globalisation24 January 2006| The Indian Express
Interlinkages between the economy and environment and challenges before the developing world in attaining Millennium Development Goals will be theme of Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS). "Rapid globalisation and its impact on the fast depleting limited resources, and poverty are some of the issues that will be taken up," said TERI Director-General Dr R K Pachauri at curtain raiser of the summit.
As Delhi keeps pension reforms waiting, its global heavyweights come calling24 January 2006| The Indian Express
At a time when the Government is shying away from crucial pension reforms, some of the world's largest pension and institutional fund managers, managing over 5 trillion dollars in assets, have landed in New Delhi to study the phenomenon that is India. They discussed India's energy scenario with TERI's Dr R K Pachauri, Power Trading Corporation CMD T N Thakur and Vikram Mehta from the Shell Group of Industries.
Economy and environment linkages to be debated at DSDS 200623 January 2006| Webindia123.com
Interlinkages between the economy and environment and the national and international perspectives on challenges before the developing world in attaining the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) will be the theme of this year's Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS). The three-day summit, organized by TERI, will debate developmental concerns that have ramifications for socio-economic well-being and the environmental sustainability.