TERI in the News

11 record(s) found in 'April 2005'

  • Awareness programme for youth on Earth Day

    28 April 2005| Hindustan Times

    As part of the Earth Day celebrations organised by TERI, Delhi's chief minister Ms Sheila Dikshit launched Programme for Awareness on Climate Change Issues for Youth (PACCIFY), a national endeavour to encourage students to work towards a cleaner and greener environment.

  • Dikshit reaffirms govt's commitment to environment

    22 April 2005| The Tribune,

    Launching the website, Programme for Awareness on Climate Change Issues for Youth (PACCIFY), as part of the Earth Day celebration, Delhi's chief minister Ms Sheila Dikshit said, "The youths of today are the leaders who can make a difference in environment conservation". PACCIFY is a concerted national endeavour by TERI to encourage students to work towards the goal of a cleaner and greener environment.

  • A series of nature books for children

    22 April 2005| The Asian Age

    The 'Terrapin' series of children's storybooks, published by TERI, was released at a function on the eve of Earth Day by Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Dr Prodipto Ghosh. These books are an attempt "to teach children serious subjects through entertainment", said Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General, TERI.

  • Teaching serious subjects could be fun and games

    22 April 2005| The Tribune

    The 'Terrapin' series of children's storybooks, published by TERI, was released at a function on the eve of Earth Day by Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Dr Prodipto Ghosh. These books are an attempt "to teach children serious subjects through entertainment", said Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General, TERI.

  • ONGC to launch CSR project next week

    14 April 2005| The Hindu Business Line

    ONGC has already floated a trust to take up PURA activities in collaboration with Nabard, TERI, Wartsila and Thermax India.

  • GRC, TERI in pact to promote 'Green Gulf'

    13 April 2005| The Hindu Business Line

    The Dubai-based Gulf Research Center (GRC) and TERI have signed a co-operation agreement to foster green thinking in the region.

  • GRC, TERI initiate 'Green Gulf' project

    13 April 2005| AME Info

    The Dubai-based Gulf Research Center (GRC) and TERI signed a wide-ranging co-operation agreement on Monday to foster green thinking in the region.

  • India likely to sign energy charter treaty

    7 April 2005| The Economic Times

    India is considering signing the Energy Charter Treaty that may obviate the need for separate multilateral agreements for various projects to import gas through pipelines from Iran, Turkmenistan, and Myanmar, the Union Petroleum Secretary Mr S C Tripathi said. Mr Tripathi was speaking at a workshop organized by TERI.

  • India may sign energy charter treaty

    7 April 2005| The Pioneer

    India is considering signing the Energy Charter Treaty that may obviate the need for separate multilateral agreements for various projects to import gas through pipelines from Iran, Turkmenistan, and Myanmar, the Union Petroleum Secretary Mr S C Tripathi said. Mr Tripathi was speaking at a workshop organized by TERI.

  • India mulls inking energy charter treaty to import gas

    7 April 2005| The Financial Express

    India is considering signing the Energy Charter Treaty that may obviate the need for separate multilateral agreements for various projects to import gas through pipelines from Iran, Turkmenistan, and Myanmar, the Union Petroleum Secretary Mr S C Tripathi said. Mr Tripathi was speaking at a workshop organized by TERI.

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