TERI in the News

2 record(s) found in 'August 2016'

  • Coal exports to help India lower trade deficit in energy

    2 August 2016| Mint

    India is set to export coal for the first time, shipping 2-3 million tonnes of the fuel to neighbouring Bangladesh, as domestic stocks swell following a record output. According to "Energizing India", a report on energy choices for the country brought out jointly by experts and economists from Royal Dutch Shell Plc and New Delhi-based think tanks TERI and the Council on Energy, Environment and Water, greater private participation in captive and commercial mining will, over the long run, yield benefits to the sector and the wider economy. Private and foreign mining firms could employ industrial best practices and technologies in India, improving productivity and operational efficiency, it said.

  • MPs get lessons on sustainable development goals

    2 August 2016| Business Standard

    The Speaker's Research Initiative organised a workshop on sustainable development goals (SDGs) for members of Parliament in the Parliament Library recently. The speakers at the workshop included experts from Niti Aayog, TERI, Research and Information System for Developing Countries and senior officials from the External Affairs Ministry. The MPs were informed about the transition process from the Millennium Development Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), covering 17 ambitious goals and 169 related targets and how they seek to integrate the development process with ecological concerns and balance the three key facets of sustainable development: environmental, social and economic.

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