December 28, 2018
Air pollution emissions arise from many sectors, including power, transport, industry, residential, construction, and agriculture. The resulting air pollution affects health, food production, water, and regional climate. Furthermore, since air pollution from one location travels within days to areas as far away as 1,000 km, coordination across cities and states is required, in addition to multi-sectoral coordination.
November 28, 2018
Many populations in India currently suffer from high burden of vector borne diseases, heat stress-related diseases, and malnutrition. These health problems are all sensitive to seasonal variations in temperatures and precipitation patterns. These short-term variations in temperature and precipitation as well as extreme storms have been observed to be increasing in intensity due to global climate change and thus are a challenge. The major Indian states affected by these climate- sensitive conditions (i.e.
October 18, 2018
Fun stuff to download, from TERI to you
This timetable provides you a simple guide to check the quality of water you are drinking and prescribes the tests for various impurities. Click here to download
October 4, 2018
Malaria is one of the six major vector-borne diseases in India, the occurrence of which varies with changes in ecological, climatic and socio-developmental conditions(1).
August 6, 2018
Securing our cities in the face of climate change
July 4, 2018
Ensuring a wide variety of food in a week's diet can be the answer to a perfect health
July 2, 2018
How far is India from achieving its renewable energy targets? This infographic breaks it down for you
July 2, 2018
Indicating good energy efficiency practices, India’s energy intensity has been falling despite a growing economy and increased energy demand