Press Release

Myanmar's pro-democracy icon hails TERI's eco-friendly innovations

15 Nov 2012

Myanmar's pro-democracy crusader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi underscored the need to protect natural resources from the adverse impacts of urbanisation during her maiden visit to The Energy and Resources Institute's (TERI) campus here today.

'UNESCO Chair' launched at TERI University

09 Nov 2012

In a landmark announcement, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization (UNESCO) today officially launched the UNESCO Chair on "Climate Science and Policy" at TERI University. It aims at promoting knowledge dissemination, technology development, transfer, and information sharing on climate science and on related policy issues.

Indian Railways project bags green rating for reducing energy & resource footprint

30 Oct 2012

Recognising the project's efforts towards reducing energy and resource footprint, The Association for Development and Research for Sustainable Habitats (ADaRSH) awarded the coveted GRIHA-Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment-certificate to the Indian Railways' Secunderabad-based Rail Nirman Nilayam project in New Delhi today.

TERI launches easy-to-use assessment tool to predict energy performance in new residential projects.

14 Sep 2012

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) in association with KfW the German Federal Bank, National Housing Bank (NHB) and Fraunhofer IBP, today launched the IT Toolkit: Resbuild India under the aegis of 'Promotional programme for energy efficiency in new residential buildings' . It is one of its kind major program in India focused on bringing energy efficiency in the untapped huge residential sector.

Ethical business leadership crucial for sustainable growth, says India’s Corporate Affairs Minister

22 Aug 2012

Seeking to generate debate on sustainable development, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) hosted the 11th Darbari Seth Memorial Lecture on “Sustainable Futures: Imperatives for Managing the Social Agenda” in New Delhi today

TERI launches book on “DSM Action Plan of Tamil Nadu”

30 Jul 2012

Energy Efficiency is seen an important instrument in meeting growing challenges of the energy scenario of India and the world. In this context The Energy and Resource Institute brought out this book on DSM Action Plan for Tamil Nadu based on a study carried out with financial support from Shakti Foundation.

TERI Launches Book on "Protected Animals of India"

25 Jun 2012

Rapid socio-economic changes in the India are having profound impacts across forestry and wildlife. Keeping this in view, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) today organised a panel discussion on 'India's Wildlife Scenario: Issues and Impacts'. The panel discussion on “India’s Wildlife Scenario: Issues and Impacts”, highlighted the importance of India’s rich wildlife with its exclusive, fascinating and diverse ecosystem. Today societal transformations are changing people’s perceptions of forests.

Dr. R.K Pachauri conferred with Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle

16 Jun 2012

The award is the highest decoration awarded by Mexico to foreigners for their contributions to the Mexican nation or to the humankind, in compliance with the civil awards act and the mandate of the specially appointed council.

Indus Towers joins hands with TERI to light Rural villages and homes through high efficiency Solar LED Lanterns Under Lighting a Billion Lives Program (LaBL)

11 May 2012

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Pankaj Mittal, Chief Human Resources Officer, Indus Towers said, "As a responsible corporate citizen, Indus Towers has always tried to strike a balance between the corporate gains and social upliftment. Our commitment to good governance, ethical conduct and social responsibility is core to our way of doing business, and is strongly aligned with our drive to create and increase value for all stakeholders.

TERI Press launches new book series for children at The Millennium School, Noida

20 Apr 2012

The latest offering for children from TERI Press published under their children's imprint Terrapin, Get Well Soon, was released at an event at The Millennium School, Noida organized to celebrate Earth Day. This new series of non-fiction knowledge books for children provides essential information to children and their parents on the various environment-related causes of allergies, stomach problems, fever, and injuries and methods of preventing these ailments. Even though these books are relevant for the age group 6–8, the knowledge contained in them is relevant to one and all.