TERI in the News

16 record(s) found in 'July 2005'

  • Energy efficient buildings need of day: Pachauri

    10 July 2005| The Indian Express

    Chairman of the Inter-Government Panel on Climate Change Dr R K Pachauri said that India needs to start constructing energy efficient buildings. Instead of innumerable diesel-guzzling shopping malls, Pachauri said that India should come up with a plan of action to ensure that buildings are energy efficient.

  • City must have new building codes

    10 July 2005| The Asian Age

    Chairman of the Inter-Government Panel on Climate Change Dr R K Pachauri said that India needs to start constructing energy efficient buildings. Instead of innumerable diesel-guzzling shopping malls, Pachauri said that India should come up with a plan of action to ensure that buildings are energy efficient.

  • Corporates take up the AIDS challenge

    10 July 2005| The Financial Express

    "We believe that an initiative from a common platform like TERI-BCSD India will have a huge impact in stemming the spread of HIV/AIDS and will complement the work being done by the government, responsible companies and industry bodies," says TERI Director-General, Dr R K Pachauri.

  • Young minds air doubts on climate change

    9 July 2005| The New Indian Express

    The workshop on climate change – PACCIFY (The programme for awareness on climate change issues featuring the youth) - was organized by TERI in Kochi aiming at involving students and teachers in an awareness campaign on climate change and sensitizing them on many topics.

  • Ganga glaciers may melt by end of century

    5 July 2005| The Hindu

    According to Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General of TERI, and Dr Madan Shrestra, Director of Hydrology in Nepal, climate change will lead to the glacial meltdown effecting people in one of the most densely populated areas of the planet.

  • Storm clouds over climate agenda

    4 July 2005| The Times of India

    Concerns regarding the G8 leaders' stand on climate change have been raised by scientists such as Dr R K Pachauri, chairman of IPCC.

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