Press Releases

  • The Governing Council (GC) of TERI at its meeting held in Bangalore today took a decision to appoint Dr. Ajay Mathur, currently Director General of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Government of India, as the Head of TERI.

    23 July 2015

    Dr. Mathur will take up his new responsibilities as soon as he is in a position to do so, subsequent to being relieved from his current responsibilities by the Government of India after a brief period of transition.

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  • Book launch: 'Green Federalism: Experiences and Practices'

    15 July 2015

    TERI launched the book ‘Green Federalism: Experiences and Practices' co-edited by its Distinguished Fellow Dr P G Dhar Chakrabarti and Nidhi Srivastava. The book was launched last evening by Mr. Ashok Lavasa, Secretary, Ministry of Environment & Forests on the occasion of the...

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  • TERI Research Paper on E-waste Management Receives International Recognition

    2 July 2015

    Study finds 12-26 per cent Delhiites replace their major electronic goods like refrigerators, food processors, computers and music systems within the first three years of purchase, before the completion of the appliance's useful life.

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  • TERI retains number one position among developing country Think Tanks

    26 June 2015

    The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) has retained number one position among the developing country institutions in the ICCG Climate Think Tank Ranking under the category "Absolute Rankings".

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  • 80 per cent Varanasi respondents feel that quality of river Ganga has an impact on their health: TERI survey

    3 June 2015

    67 per cent of Varanasi respondents were optimistic about the success of 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' in improving the quality of the river in their city.

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  • 80 per cent respondents attribute climate change to human activity: TERI survey

    3 June 2015

    82 per cent of the respondents perceived an increase in temperature and 81 per cent of the respondents perceived an increase in occurrence of extreme events.

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  • 80 per cent Vijayawada respondents say changes in climatic parameters are due to increased human activity: TERI survey

    3 June 2015

    97 per cent of Vijayawada respondents believed that there has been an increase in temperature and extreme events in the last five years.

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  • 60 per cent Surat respondents say city sewage is a direct threat to river Tapti: TERI survey

    3 June 2015

    More than 60 per cent of Surat respondents felt that city sewage was a threat to the river. 50 per cent of Surat respondents felt the impact of water quality of health was most visible.

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  • 93 per cent Jabalpur respondents feel that quality of river Narmada has an impact on their health: TERI survey

    3 June 2015

    85 per cent of Jabalpur respondents were optimistic about the success of 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' in improving the quality of the river in their city. 98 per cent of Jabalpur respondents opined that the city’s sewage was a major threat to the river Narmada.

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  • 87 per cent of Dibrugarh respondents hold human activities responsible for climate change: TERI survey

    3 June 2015

    99.6 per cent of Dibrugarh respondents feel an increase in temperature in the last five years. 87 per cent of Dibrugarh respondents identified human activity as an important factor for climate change.

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