Evaluation of Udyogini scheme implemented in the period 2010-11 to 2014-15 by the Karnataka State Women's Development Corporation
November 14, 2016
The project aims to evaluate the implementation mechanism and impact of the Udyogini scheme implemented in the period 2010-11 to 2014-15 by the Karnataka State Women's Development Corporation and make suitable recommendations for further effective delivery of the scheme.
Updating State Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (SBSAP) of Uttarakhand and Aligning it with National Biodiversity Action Plan (NBAP)
November 8, 2016
The State Biodiversity Board of Uttarakhand under an initiative of Government of India and UNDP has assigned the task of preparing the Uttarakhand State Biodiversity Action Plan aligned to the National Biodiversity Action Plan and the National Biodiversity Targets to TERI, New Delhi.
November 7, 2016
The focus of the project is on the aspects related to implementing India's NDCs in both international and domestic context. The following activities are being undertaken under this project:
- Review of Nationally Determined Contributions and tracking of implementation of mitigation actions
- Leveraging Climate Finance: Lessons from international and domestic best practices
- India's technology transfer needs for implementing ambitious NDCs
- Approaches for mainstreaming gender dimension into mitigation projects
October 14, 2016
The study will assesses climate risks to physical infrastructure as well as challenges and opportunities arising for the sector due to climate policy induced changes in the market.
Inter Model Comparisons of different transportation sector policies in India in support of NDC implementation
October 1, 2016
The proposed research effort builds on technical collaboration and relationships established over the past few years through energy modelling and analysis with between Indian and U.S. Government partners and modelling teams under the SGWG. The modelling teams are engaged in a multi-year research collaboration seeking to build on this foundation to assist in decision making through analysis on the critical issue of transport and air quality.
September 29, 2016
With approximately 16,000 alumni, India has one of the largest and most diverse U.S. government (USG) exchange alumni portfolios in the world; and these alumni have expressed a desire to share their experiences and expertise within and outside the alumni community. The proposed All-India Alumni Conference will strengthen the existing alumni base and network, and provide professional and personal development, as well as networking opportunities for alumni.
Samanvay: Synthesis of Traditional and Modern - India's Approach to Sustainable Low carbon Development Pathways'
September 26, 2016
TERI will provide inputs for a publication on low carbon development pathways which have been adopted by the Indian government. Case studies from a range of sectors such as energy, agriculture, industry, forests, transport, urban growth, and sustainable building will be shared.
September 19, 2016
The CARIAA programme has issued a call for concept notes to fund activities that further collaboration and co-production across consortia and offer new opportunities to progress towards the programme’s overall objectives. This concept note is in response to this call and is submitted on behalf of the cross-CARIAA working group on economics. We propose to hold a training course in spring 2016 targeted at CARIAA junior economists, to build their capacity with regard to advanced economic methods and tools to be used for CARIAA research.
September 1, 2016
TERI will offer a full range of project management consultancy services in the installation of rooftop solar PV systems at all the Farmers' Training Centres --- from feasibility study and site assessment to third-party inspection and post-installation monitoring.
Improving Sustainable Energy Access among SC/ST households in Chamarajanagar District of Karnataka – A pilot study
September 1, 2016
In this project, 250 Integrated Domestic Energy Systems (cook-stoves, solar home lights, and mobile charging facilities) and 500 low-cost forced draft cook-stoves would be disseminated through local level entrepreneurship model. Awareness and training programmes would also be organized and technical know-how would be provided to village level energy entrepreneurs and end-users of cook-stoves. They would be selected in consultation with the staff of Grama Panchayath, Zilla Panchayath, and Rural Development Panchayath Raj.