TERI in the News

16 record(s) found in 'June 2005'

  • Gas finds to help India bargain for cheaper energy

    27 June 2005| The Economic Times

    The Krishna-Godavari basin in the Bay of Bengal could well turn out to be India's trump card in the game for global energy resources. Some analysts feel that given global crude oil price, India will need to continue with substantial oil diplomacy moves to meet its galloping demand. Says Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General of TERI, "While this may provide some comfort, it will not make too much difference as India has to still depend largely on imports to meet its requirements".

  • Gas pipeline: Use diplomacy

    24 June 2005| Deccan Herald

    The Director-General of TERI, Dr R K Pachauri, wants the Centre to move away from its high-profile adversarial course to quiet diplomacy with Washington, to resolve the issue without delay.

  • The art of public policy

    22 June 2005| Hindustan Times

    The focus of the new Masters programme in Public Policy and Sustainable Development by TERI School is on how to integrate developmental aspects in public policy.

  • India Inc eyes high earnings from carbon trading

    22 June 2005| The Hindu Business Line

    The lag between domestic and UN clearance of the projects that reduce GHG emissions is due to several reasons. "The process, internationally, has just started. There are just nine such approvals worldwide as it is. Validation of each new method followed by the project takes place at different stages. Thus, at the UNFCCC, getting a clearance would take longer if the projects do not conform to one of the 22-25 approved methodologies," said Dr Vivek Kumar of TERI.

  • CERC Chairman to head SAFIR

    21 June 2005| The Economic Times (online edition)

    CERC chairman Mr Ashok Basu has been elected as chairman of South Asia Forum for Infrastructure Regulation (SAFIR). TERI currently provides professional and administrative support to SAFIR as its secretariat.

  • CERC chairman to head SAFIR

    20 June 2005| The Hindu Business Line (online edition)

    CERC chairman Mr Ashok Basu has been elected as chairman of South Asia Forum for Infrastructure Regulation (SAFIR). TERI currently provides professional and administrative support to SAFIR as its secretariat.

  • A kaleidoscope view of India's role in biotechnology

    17 June 2005| The Hindu

    Commissioned by the Ministry of External Affairs to woo foreign investment, Ms Kohli's 30-minute film - "Life Encoded" - highlights the advances made by Indian scientists in developing new biotechnologies more suited to our times. In the wake of the Exxon Valdez disaster - when thousands of tons of crude oil was spilt off the Alaskan coast - and new calls by the United States' Republican administration for oil exploration in Alaska, TERI has developed a microbe that can clean oil spills without creating any polluting waste matter.

  • A deadly recipe

    12 June 2005| The Financial Express

    Power from municipal waste sounds great but it's not safe for environment. TERI too agrees that power from municipal waste remain a threat to environment, however it still supports the programme.

  • Slash power bill by half and here's how

    5 June 2005| Hindustan Times

    The TERI RETREAT at Gurgaon is planned to be completely self-sustaining, using no external electricity sources.

  • The concerned corporate

    5 June 2005| The Financial Express

    If one wanted to gauge India Inc's concern about the environment, and its responsibility as a concerned corporate citizen, this year's TERI awards could be a good indicator.

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