Scholastic India, TERI launch book on environmental issues
January 6, 2020 |
January 6, 2020
Scholastic India in association with TERI launched "Our Environment: Threats, Challenges and Sustainable Solutions", a timely book that focuses on environmental issues that we are faced with today due to years of indiscriminate human activities.
Key year to arrest the climate crisis
January 1, 2020 |
January 1, 2020
2020 is the year in which the world should focus on action and let action be the harbinger for ambition. Action on stated NDCs will pave the way for realistic ambition, says Mr Karan Mangotra, Associate Director, Growth, Diversification & Commercialization, TERI.
Becoming net carbon neutral
December 10, 2019
| The Financial Express
It is time for India to move on to achieving net carbon neutrality. From the outset, India's position on climate change has emphasised the per capita principle; on grounds of equity, every human being should have the same right to emit carbon dioxide. Further, India would pursue a low carbon growth trajectory in relation to industrialised countries and ensure that its per capita emissions does not exceed theirs.
Indian states and cities don't have adequate funds to tackle climate crisis
November 26, 2019 |
November 26, 2019
In this interview, Dr Ajay Mathur, Director-General, TERI, speaks on Delhi's air pollution, climate change and the forthcoming Conference of Parties in Spain.
G20 nations need to amp up emission cut targets: Report
November 11, 2019 |
November 11, 2019
The New Indian Express
Among the G20 countries, India has the most ambitious NDC. However, it still needs real action now to prepare the different sectors for stringent emission reductions, says Mr R R Rashmi, Distinguished Fellow and Programme Director, TERI
Kyoto Protocol's emission trading mechanisms could become redundant after 2020
November 8, 2019
| Indian Express
The next climate conference to be held in Madrid in December has the challenge of deciding how markets can be deployed in the service of climate. The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), a product of the Kyoto Protocol, is one such market instrument that can help industry as well as climate. Along with China and Brazil, India is a leader in CDM since its inception in 2007. A number of small and medium projects in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy, set up in India in the last two decades, owe their origin to the financing support available from CDM.