TERI in the News

16 record(s) found in 'July 2005'

  • All for a good cause: many companies line up green projects to benefit from carbon trading

    31 July 2005| The Financial Express

    "Carbon trading has benefits both for developed and developing countries. For developed countries it helps in meeting their targets while for developing countries it brings in technology and financial incentives to start the sustainable projects," says Mr Vivek Kumar of TERI.

  • TERI's helping hand for a 'greener' education

    30 July 2005| Deccan Herald

    Environment education is now taught as a compulsory subject in schools. TERI was involved in the propagation of environment education and awarenesss long before.

  • Catch them young

    26 July 2005| The Indian Express

    The Terrapin series of books, bought out by TERI, target young and impressionable minds – with simplified themes to make them both interactive and interesting.

  • 'Green' buildings can reduce energy bill by almost half: TERI

    24 July 2005| The Hindu Business Line

    In a study conducted by TERI, it was found that 35% energy saving was achieved by efficient lighting and HVAC systems.

  • Waking up to AIDS menace

    24 July 2005| The Times of India

    Since HIV/AIDS is an important development concern, TERI-BCSD, India will act as a platform for the Indian industry to help address the issue.

  • Masters in public policy from TERI

    18 July 2005| The Economic Times

    With an eye in promoting sustainable development in policy-making, deemed university TERI School of Advanced Studies has designed a course for mid-career civil servants and executives in the non-government and corporate sectors.

  • Shopping malls too influence climate change

    11 July 2005| The Times of India

    The neighbourhood shopping mall, or the brand-new luxurious apartment in an upcoming area, are inefficient users of energy, says Dr R K Pachauri, chairman of the UN-mandated Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. "We can easily squeeze a great deal of efficiency out of them," he said.

  • Energy test: G8 for review of building standards

    11 July 2005| The Times of India

    Architects can help reduce energy consumption. Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General of TERI, says government needs to realize its priorities and come up with a strategy.

  • TERI welcomes G-8 declaration

    10 July 2005| The Statesman

    The G-8 declaration on climate change emerging from the Gleneagles summit in Scotland opens a window of opportunity for participating countries to face the challenges in tackling climate change, promoting clean energy and achieving sustainable development, TERI said.

  • TERI hails G8 resolution on climate change

    10 July 2005| The Financial Express

    The G-8 declaration on climate change emerging from the Gleneagles summit in Scotland opens a window of opportunity for participating countries to face the challenges in tackling climate change, promoting clean energy and achieving sustainable development, TERI said.

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