TERI in the News
8 record(s) found in 'August 2013'
As a part of its corporate social responsibilities DEMPO group of companies on signs MoU with TERI30 August 2013| Goan Reporter
The Dempo Group has signed a memorandum of understanding with TERI for three years to launch project of Sustainability Tracking, Action and Reporting in School on intensive education cum action programme for sustainable development of schools in Goa.
PCMC to adopt SVA-GRIHA green rating25 August 2013| The Indian Express
Pune's Municipal Commissioner Mr Shrikar Pardeshi while speaking at a seminar organised by the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (Credai), Association For Development And Research of Sustainable Habitats (ADARSH) and the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) said that projects less than 2500 square metres can be given green rating under the SVA (Simple Versatile Affordable) GRIHA rating system. With this new rating it will be possible to construct greener buildings, thereby popularising the concept of green construction.
TERI, Concor tie up for apple orchard management20 August 2013| The Hindu Business Line
TERI and Container Corporation of India (Concor) have joined hands to undertake village development programmes in Himachal Pradesh with a focus on apple orchard management. The three-year programme will be undertaken in three phases.
Public pay price for chaos7 August 2013| The Hindustan Times
The economic and environmental cost of the toll plazas on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway far outweighs the cost of eliminating them, according to various environmental and road engineering experts. There are two basic elements: First, there is wastage of fuel as vehicles are burning fuel without covering any distance. Second, there is concentration of pollutants in the air due to vehicular emissions, says Dr R K Pachauri, Director-General, TERI.
TERI, Tetra Pak launch LEADearthSHIP programme to develop youth leaders7 August 2013| India Education Review
TERI and Tetra Pak India has announced the launch of LEADearthSHIP-a youth programme on leadership and business sustainability in Delhi. A first of its kind initiative for graduate and post-graduate students, the programme was launched by actor and youth icon Purab Kohli and preeminent polar explorer Robert Swan, OBE.
Planning needed to avoid such calamities: Pachauri6 August 2013| The Tribune
Climate change expert Dr R K Pachauri said that while it could not be said with certainty that the June 16 and June 17 calamity was a result of climate change, the frequency of such incidents is expected to increase in the future for which advance planning is required for reducing risks to life and property.
Water stress raises red flag for India's shale gas prospects6 August 2013| The Australian
TERI describes India's lack of water as a 'red flag' to development of a domestic shale gas industry and says the country would be better off buying more gas from suppliers such as Australia, the Middle East and the US
TERI & Tetra Pak to launch LEADearthSHIP for college students in Delhi with Purab Kohli and Sir Robert Swan on 7 August2 August 2013| Indiacsr
TERI and Tetra Pak, the world's leading food processing and packaging solutions provider, will launch their joint initiative LEADearthSHIP, a youth sustainability programme for graduates and post graduates at Jacaranda Hall, Indian Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Delhi on 7 August 2013.